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There's a positive trade-off to buying a pullback that follows a trend reversal.
Greece, China and Russia are poised for higher upside growth after going through a bear market.
The energy sector has surged during the last two months, and this is evident in price gains for the Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund. If crude oil continues to climb toward the $112 level, the ETF should continue to rally for at least another few days.
Solar stocks is one of those sectors that have sold off more than 10% to 20% and now provide buying opportunities.
Nobody's talking much about gold as an investment these days. That's exactly why you should be looking at it.
Recent price action in stocks has many traders on edge. The market, closing below our key support trend line last week, has now technically started a down trend.
Everyone has been waiting a year to see these two trend reversals, and they're about to take place, says Chris Vermeulen. But they have not yet started just yet.
Focus on the commodity sector as a whole in the coming months if you want to invest for longer than a few days or weeks.
In the final part of his four-part series, Chris Vermeulen discusses the importance of maintaining a disciplined investment strategy, and what to do if you can't.
In part 3 of his four-part series, Chris Vermeulen discusses what happens when 'out of sight, out of mind' can affect your investments.