- The S&P 500 is constantly ascending to new highs, but there are plenty of stocks setting new lows.
- Today, we’ll discuss how to approach such a situation from a behavioral and technical perspective.
- The 10 rules that follow will help you increase your batting average.
Despite the fact that the S&P 500 has only been going up lately, there are many companies that have had a terrible time, especially if you look at retail stocks. But this opens the door for a very interesting investing strategy of trying to buy stocks at their bottom after a price drop or more simps, to “catch a falling knife.”
In today’s article, we’ll discuss this strategy in depth, discuss a few current stock examples, and come to a conclusion about whether we should even apply such a strategy. More →