While the market grinds sideways or lower, avoid the chopping block.
Quick flips will produce different profit-and-loss results at year-end than a traditional buy-and-hold approach will.
Technicals are oversold after the QE3 run-up, but once that works out of the system, we'll know better what to expect.
This market should have broken during the summer, but it didn't and there are now multiple tailwinds.
With QE3, the intraday market has begun feeling free of risk and catalysts.
In this week's overbought condition, be patient and let the market come to your magic numbers.
Looking ahead, patience will be required to profit from this euphoric market.
Although indices rose today, investors are abandoning equity funds, which could leave Wall Street stuck with long positions.
A defensive posture into this week's monetary policy announcements looks appropriate.
The market hovered lower today, awaiting a dose of clarity from U.S and European central banks later this week.