A Different Type of Stock Market "Panic" -- Again
Beware when investors reach psychological extremes
by Bob Stokes
Updated: February 21, 2019
Why Do Most Investors Focus on What Doesn't Matter to Their Portfolios?
Most market opinions you read or hear from the media are based on "fundamentals," like corporate earnings, Fed policy, trade with China or any other news that pundits deem important.
But, in EWI's decades of research, we've uncovered no evidence that fundamentals move market trends.
Thus, most investors base their portfolio decisions on a false premise!
It's investor psychology which determines the market's trend: Elliott waves directly reflect this repetitive -- hence, predictable -- psychology.
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