VIDEO: Workable Low Amidst Covid-19 Crisis | Defensive Investing Stance | Cabot Weekly Review

In this week’s video, Mike Cintolo discusses the plusses and minuses of the market’s nascent bounce; in general, there’s more to like than not, and he’s still fine with a nibble or two given that we’ve likely hit a workable low. But short-term stuff aside, he’s advising a defensive stance until the trends turn up, while keeping a close eye on the surprising number of stocks that are holding up well.

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  • Paul S.

    As usual a very fine presentation by Mike which covers all angles including which stocks to watch and the general overall trend of the market based on technical analysis.
    The only thing which I think should be added at this time is some kind of statement that neither this type of technical analysis nor any other at this time can fully take into account the full extent of the Virus on individual stocks and the market in general because at this juncture it is an unknown quantity and no one can predict with any certainty it will end, how many people will be infected, how many will die, when the economy will come back, the unemployment rate will go down dramatically, all of which can and imo do have a huge impact on the stock market.
    That said and to be fair, any investors who follow the advice of the Cabot Market Letter are 70% in cash, which by inference/implication doe take into account the Virus and the repercussions on the market.
    In short, I am just saying that imo during each Weekly Review, there should be a little more emphasis on
    telling people to watch what happens with the Virus itself as well as of course in addition to whatever is stated each week in the way of analysis.

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