The long-feared and yet still wholly unexpected “Brexit” is happening, and panic has fully engulfed the world share market. Here’s how to navigate the choppy waters.
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This is not going to be a good Friday folks. As I stated last week, not one of the stocks in our portfolio is either a play on, or against, a Brexit. But clearly the markets were not expecting this, and we're in for a tumultuous period.
The Emerging Markets Timer is technically positive, but the intermediate-term trend remains mostly neutral.
The index seems to have completed its correction, and could easily retrace recent highs. Many of our portfolio stocks mirrored that pullback and are also rebounding.
One of the biggest impediments for the stock market over the past 15-plus years has been uncertainty—which has dissuaded many investors from making big, long-term commitments to stocks.
The upcoming Brexit vote has the potential to be a real nuisance for traders and investors. Without question, there is the potential for some market volatility following the vote.
It’s been only 21 trading days since the market’s latest peak, but to hear the chorus of doomsayers complaining about everything, you’d think it’s been years!
Today’s Fed meeting, the shooting in Orlando over the weekend and the upcoming Brexit vote are all contributing to a heightened sense of uncertainty and a “risk-off” mood on Wall Street.