Bear Market and Corrections

Luxury Names Will Thrive as the Double Dip Takes Hold

Consumers turn to well-made goods during recessions. Purchase call options on Polo (NYSE: RL), Tiffany (NYSE: TIF), Coach (NYSE: COH). More 

Use ETFs to Trade the Double Dip

Use ETFs to trade the coming double dip recession. Buy put options on Financial Select SPDR (NYSE: XLF) and SPDR S&P Homebuilders (NYSE: XHB). More 

Pair Up Option Trades for a Double Dip

Looming recession suggests option trades with paired firms. Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) looks weak. In medical, pair Amedisys (NASDAQ: AMED) with TEVA (NASDAQ: TEVA). More 

4 Mutual Funds for a Bear Market

Bear market mutual funds are hard to come by for many 401k investors, but here are 4 bearish fund investments to buy now. More 

3 Short ETFs for the Next Correction

With the coming market correction, these three short ETFs and inverse exchange traded funds may be buys. More 

Major Market Decline has Begun

The stock market sell off suggests investors get into Treasury bond funds like Barclays 20+ Treasury Bond Fund and Direxion Daily 30-Year Treasury Bull Shares. More 

Equities, Metals Due to Move Soon

The markets have been moving sideways recently. Charts indicate a breakout will occur soon in equities, gold, and precious metals. More 

5 Tips for Adapting to a Choppy Market

The market is swinging between the bulls and bears with investors in the middle. Trade carefully for the long term. More 

Charts Show Investor Panic and a Scramble for Safety

Put call ratios show that investors in U.S. stocks are nervous and scared, which points to a stock market crash soon. More