by Teeka Tiwari
Most of the time, I shy away from talking about stock market timing.
The explosion of computerized trading has made market timing progressively harder.
That means it’s easy to look very stupid very quickly.
So I’m not even going to try and guess if the market’s bottom will look like a “V,” a “U,” or a “W.”
Even Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, got its timing wrong during the March decline. Forbes reported it lost 16% across its main fund in March.