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Here’s an objective way to tell when the market bottoms

edited March 17 in Other Investing
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/stock-market-opinions-abound-heres-an-objective-way-to-tell-when-the-market-bottoms-2020-03-17?siteid=yhoof2&yptr=yahoo

Opinion: Stock market opinions abound — here’s an objective way to tell when the market bottoms

Published: March 17, 2020 at 2:22 p.m. ET
By Nigam Arora
The relative strength index is a key indicator for investors

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  • so what's the bottom line?
  • so what's the bottom line?

    It's only objective if you believe in charts.

    The chartist at the link thinks we're over-sold. But he's waiting on some other chart indicator to buy.

  • edited March 17
    Hi sirs Yesterday dows 19500...Tomorrow idk
  • When will I know when the market has bottomed?: When I sober-up!
  • edited March 18
    When the wheel stops spinning:

    " 'Round and 'round she goes; where she stops nobody knows"...
  • BTW: I was just kidding. I don’t drink. But this market could drive one to drink.
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