The following article appears in the September 25 – October 1, 2015 issue of Atlanta Business Chronicle page 35A. In addition to publishing the only regularly printed English-language newspaper in Denmark, we also provide constantly updated on-line news. WASHINGTON, November 8, 2015 – This coming week’s trading action in stocks and bonds could give us a longer term clue as to where markets are going for the rest of 2015 and beyond. While the tone of last week’s trading action was faintly up, much of that action was based on low volume, which, in our experience, makes standard market indicators less reliable. If, on the other hand, the market is moving, seemingly convincingly, on low volume, this is likely evidence of small position adjustments and a lack of over all conviction.
And remember: This column is intended to be informational only, reflecting the columnist’s own activities in the market and not buy or sell recommendations. We need some time to see how things unravel, but the timing might be right,” Jacobsen told Bloomberg in an interview. Cramer went onto say that you should take enough money out of the stock market that you would need for the next five years- and that he anticipates a future 20% drop in stocks. Our FTSE has also been trading down, as has the CAC and other European stock markets.
I personally don’t have any money in the stock market anymore to worry about – but if I did I’d be taking this very very seriously. I believe so. Jim Cramer has issued a vital warning about taking your money out of the stock market now- the ball is in your hands. I think most of us will at least have to review where our money sits now and whether parts of it should be taken out of the market to put it into somewhere safer. My problem with Cramer’s call is this.. for months he has been a bull while the market dropped from about 14,000 down to 10,000 and now he sounds the sell signal.
Our Chancellor of the Exchequer (governments chief money man) was on the breakfast news an hour ago, anouncing a bail-out for the banks. He gives his kind of news to drive the prices down because he’s been selling short, then he s in a position to pick up your stack at a lower price. Thanks everyone for stopping by to take a look at Jim Cramers thoughts on taking your money out of the stock market. The stock market takes a while to pay off but it can be worth it. At the time of writing this article, one of my stocks has increased in value to 939 per stock. Penny stocks are inherently risky, much riskier than the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ stocks that many people are familiar with.
With the 45,000 NP I have invested in it, I can sell today, and make an enormous profit, but I won’t, because today alone, that stock has gone up by 11 points. In addition to finding penny stock tips, the Internet has also provided many avenues for the average penny stock trader to obtain penny stock tips and information about penny stock companies. Be careful not to be drawn in by the hype surrounding a particular penny stock.