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Bear-o-meter tipping between high risk and neutral

Every month, I record the reading of my “Bear-o-meter” risk/reward model for the US markets. This model attempts to compare […]

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Here’s a tool to help identify stocks about to crash

Regular readers of this blog are aware that I have been working on a new book on contrarian investment strategies. […]

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Can we talk about risk for a minute?

When you look at the tagline for ValueTrend, you might note that our motto is to “Limit your risk. Keep […]

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How low can it go?

On Sunday evening, after observing a market high last week, I wrote this blog explaining that I felt the US […]

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Are we in a bubble?

Are we in a bubble?  We’ll look at some charts of housing and the stock market today to see if […]

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Bear-o-meter says risk is neutral

The Bear-o-meter is a compilation consisting of of the some of the more important factors in determining the relative tradeoff […]

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The NASDAQ has the greatest risk for correction at this time. 

As noted last week on this blog, I suggested that probabilities were very high for a market correction. Seems to […]

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Bear-o-meter bullish despite an overvalued market

An Overvalued Market The Bear-o-meter is a risk/reward measurement tool that I’ve been using since 2013. It’s a compilation of […]

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Can you predict the next Redditt stock rally?

Last week we held our first “Ask me Anything” Webinar. It was quite a success, and I thank those who […]

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Bear-o-meter neutral, with some caveats

The Bear-o-meter is a compilation of several trend, breadth, seasonal, valuation and sentiment indicators that attempts to provide a relative […]

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