Black Swan Events are defined as surprises that have a major impact and are typically rationalized by hindsight, as if it could have been expected. In finance, examples of Black Swan events include the stock market crash of 1987, as well as Standard & Poor’s Corp.’s downgrade of the US Government Credit Rating this past… [Read More]
How do some of the best fund managers trade the markets each day? They buy more as price drops. Larry Connors explains why so many top professionals successfully use this approach in their trading and investing.
As a follow-up to a previous Trading Lesson of the Day, here are a few more strategies on how to best protect ones portfolio in case of a market decline.
Here’s a strategy from Larry Connors to help traders hedge and protect their long portfolio from a declining market.