With large market swings almost every day, it’s easy for investors to allow their emotions to get the best of them. On big down days it feels like stocks will only keep going lower, and on the up days investors hope that they have passed the bottom. If the market continues to go lower, their emotions are tested all over again. Even in the worst historical markets, stocks never went down in a straight line. Bear market rallies are periods during a bear market when stocks quickly appreciate in value in the short term, over days and weeks, before heading back down to new lows. I’ll take you through today’s commentary as I discuss bear market rallies and what factors may determine if the recent rally is sustainable.
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