Stock Market Crash… THIS Says Don’t Buy Yet

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Intro – 0:00
Cboe Volatility Index (VIX Index) – 0:24
Horizon S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETF – 5:00
Mean Reversion – 6:15
Headwinds/ Outro – 8:19


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    1. What about the idea that the market will turn around when interest rates stop rising and flatline.
      A big part of the crash was leveraged money leaving to be paid back.
      As long as interest rates climb borrowing doesn’t look as appealing and that market fuel source is not there, there’s no or much less expansion.
      So is the market waiting for the fed to stop rising ?

  1. I am so scared of losing our assets rrsp, pension, tfsa homes etc I am afraid to the point of nausea daily our Canadian government is robbing the people

    1. It remains to be seen if Chrystia Freeland and her team can balance a budget and the Libs can stimulate economic growth.
      Our country is being run by the WEF so take your growth indicators from there.

      Tiff Maclan has realised that low to zero interest rate into 2023 is a very bad plan hence he has started rising rates, this will make it harder for govt to borrow money and will force them to turn to exploiting natural resources for revenue, that could be a very good thing if done right.

      I know it looks bleak now but things could turn in spite of govt negligence.

  2. I’ve recently got into buying puts to protect my long term stocks (married puts). The Green Day’s aren’t so green anymore but the red days aren’t bad either. It allows me to sleep at night again.

  3. Thank you Mark, I really enjoy listening to, absorbing and digesting everything that you and Brandon put out there for all us newbie investors. I have really enjoyed this one from a listening to and insertion of the principals in my head. Not going to use this but another super interesting piece of the unlimited unending tools and wisdom of diversified investing.

  4. Crash? mine crashed 30k 3weeks ago and has gone back up 20k .I believe this is more sideways trading . You have not seen a crash ,but you will as interest rates climb and when home buyers mortgages come due and people stop buying goods ,the whole reason to raise rates

  5. The current situation in the country is really disturbing, I am confuse if I should sell or hold on to my stocks, please I need your honest suggestions on what to do to avoid losses

    1. Speaking about Advisory in the stock market, How can I get in touch with this lady you speak about I also wish to make strategic amends that will bring more earnings to my portfolio.

  6. I didn’t know you can invest on the down side like that (HUV). This was very informative. It looks like a great ETF for swing traders if utilized correctly. Great video keep up the great content.

  7. We are not at a bottom, because there has been no panic selling and capitulation by investors, as seen in the dot com crash and the financial crisis. I have been invested in blue chip stocks since the 80’s, this is nothing new, but if you bought quality, tune out the white noise, and realize for every panic seller, is someone buying that stock, you will be fine. If you own quality and you ask yourself why would someone want to buy my stock, that is temporarily down, then maybe you will realize why you bought it in the first place

  8. Is there anyway to profit from dual listed stocks when either US or Canadian market is closed?

    1. Hey Vic. That would be pretty tough, I think. There will be slight arbitrage opportunities, but they close really quickly. – Marc

  9. Slow and steady for me. I’ll just keep investing my X dollars a week according to my plan and ride out the ups and downs.

  10. This was a great topic to cover. So many newer investors are completely unaware of all of the tools they should have on their utility belt.

  11. These VIX ETFs are just a way for the portfolio manager to make money. They reset each night and they never track very well. If a person is to play with these they should only be on a intraday basis, never held for a few days.

    I agreethat the fed will not do a very good job on the control of the slow down. They are always behind on the info and their moves. They will be behind on slowing down on the interest rate hikes this time as well before its too late. But that’s he game they play, they need Interest rates high so they have something to drop to spur the economy now don’t they.

    IMO the “sell in May and go away ” is a myth. Even in the 2008 example the market dropped in October

    1. I agree those daily ETFs are way different that what most people think they are. – Marc

    1. I’ve been buying a bit as well. Just prepared that we may not have seen the bottom yet, which I’m ok with. – Marc

  12. El VIX tiene información muy interesante por lo visto, creo que es muy útil, aunque tengo que aceptar que ya reuní los niveles de efectivo que quería, por lo que me es probable que este mes aumente mis posiciones, solo empresas seguras a largo plazo, por supuesto.

    “VIX has very interesting information apparently, I think it’s very useful, although I’ve to accept that I already gathered the levels of cash that I wanted, so it’s probable that this month I’ll increase my positions, only safe companies in the long term, of course.”

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