Updated from 10:23 a.m. EDT
Last week was another historic week for the global equity markets as the
railed almost 6%, bringing its total run from the March 9 bottom of 666.75 to 26.35%.
Will the market go higher? That's almost impossible to predict, which is why I focus on short-term, event-driven trades that can rise or fall in the coming week, no matter how the market moves. I like to look for snapbacks, earnings plays and other tradable market catalysts. As a general rule, you want to buy extreme weakness and sell extreme strength.
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