by Avi Gilburt
There are so many fallacies perpetuated and regurgitated throughout the market, yet there is so little time to appropriately address them all.
Of late, almost all the “analysis” or comments you read or hear is based upon a superficial understanding of the market propagated through “common-speak.” And, that is exactly why they all seem to be so confused:
“The stock market is confusing a lot of people right now. It seems simple: news is bad, there’s a pandemic for the first time in generations, people are dying, and the economy has taken a beating for the ages. Stocks should go down, right? But they’re not. They’ve recovered so much of their March slide that they’ve produced the shortest bear market in history. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was in a bear market for just three days.”