A ten percent bounce in the S&P 500, now what?

What does it mean when the stock market makes a low and then stages a large bounce in a short period of time? Is that sort of price action meaningful? How should traders think about? How should long-term investors think about it? What are the signs that a big bounce will lead to a new high instead of a new low later on?

Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown attempt to answer these questions the best way they know how – with context, data, historical information and common sense.

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  1. A ten percent bounce in the S&P 500, now what? – Financial Solutions commented on Jan 10

    […] What does it mean when the stock market makes a low and then stages a large bounce in a short period of time? Is that sort of price action meaningful? How should traders think about? How should long-term investors think about it? What are the signs that a big bounce will lead to a new high instead of a new low later on? Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown attempt to answer these questions the best way they know how &… Source: https://thereformedbroker.com/2019/01/10/a-ten-percent-bounce-in-the-sp-500-now-what/ […]