Bear Market and Corrections

Is the 3-Year Bull Market Rolling Over?

The bull market is past its three-year anniversary and is about to reach maturity based on historical average. More 

Rise Above the Chop With Credit Spreads

Credit spreads let you establish a semi-directional bet that gives the market a wide berth to flop around. More 

Is It Time to Short the Market?

Too many stocks are wildly overpriced given the weak underlying economic data. More 

Active Bear ETF: Insurance for Your Portfolio

Manager John Del Vecchio on why his Active Bear ETF isn't tied to an index -- and why it's a great hedge. More 

Technical Signs of a Slowdown

Europe's continued woes and heavier insider selling in the U.S. are some of the yellow flags, especially as the market's traditionally weak season approaches. More 

VIX and Other Indicators Signal a Stock Slide

With the S&P 500 in seriously overbought territory, a correction looks to be near. Here are 3 ETFs that let you play the VIX. More 

3 ETFs to Buy for Pullback Profits

The S&P 500 is trading right at technical-resistance levels. Here's how to profit from the correction that's likely to take hold in the near future. More 

Is a Major Stock Market Correction Coming?

A normal correction would bring buying opportunities, but defensive moves are in order if a brutal bear market is ahead. More 

Navigating a Bear Market

Economic conditions and stock trends point to a bear market. Here are strategies for dealing with the situation. More 

Abrupt Rally Has Investors Puzzled, Wondering If It Will Last

The S&P spiked nearly 150 points in 5 trading days, the biggest rally in over half a year. Is this too far too fast, or are more gains ahead? More