Global Investing

Timing the next bull market in stocks

November 18, 2011

Markets are down again today (MSCI world index down 0.7 pct so far this morning) and the market overall is nearing a bear market territory again (from a three-year high hit in May).

Eight days could point to a correction

April 12, 2010

Morgan Stanley has been crunching some numbers about Europe and come up with something that (not surprisingly) fits their scenario of  a near-term stock correction but only within a longer-term cyclical bull market for equities. It all comes down to eight days in March, apparently.

from Funds Hub:

Make hay while the sun shines

June 15, 2009

More good news for equity bulls from Crispin Odey.

No correction until the autumn?Odey, who called the possible start of the bull market earlier this year, says technically there is "every reason to be hopeful that a major correction will not happen before September".

Permabears are coming out of hibernation

May 27, 2009

After a 40-percent gain, the rally in world stocks might be losing momentum.

For permabears who live on doom and gloom to make money this is just a blip which is going to end in tears.

Market bounce at crucial point

April 22, 2009

The latest stock market rally is at a crossroads as bear market bounces go, at least those seen in 2008-2009. They usually last on average 30 trading days. 

Morgan Stanley bales out

April 6, 2009

Say this for Morgan Stanley — it is not afraid to buck the trend. With world stocks up more than five percent in the few days that have been April trading and up 24 percent since hitting a low on March 9, the bank has decided bale out. In its latest strategy report, MS says it is moving 5 percent out of stocks to neutral. It likes cash.