The Fear/Greed index has moved steadily towards more and more fear in the markets all year long, despite the major stock indices steadily grinding higher. Normally, this index works as a contrarian indicator. But is the fear justified right now, especially given the Fed’s alleged plans to taper soon?

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After almost five years in the financial services industry, Joseph Brown witnessed too many people paying too much in fees for bad advice. Joseph is the founder of Heresy Financial which serves to equip people to control and protect their own wealth instead of being vulnerable to poor investments, hidden fees, and economic crises.

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John Kociuba
John Kociuba
2 months ago

Horseshit….we got till next year

Bill
Bill
2 months ago
Reply to  John Kociuba

CAN I HAVE THAT IN WRITING?! 😂 lol

MichellePhillips
MichellePhillips
2 months ago
Reply to  John Kociuba

acd

Richard Hoard
Richard Hoard
2 months ago
Reply to  John Kociuba

This is me

Richard Hoard
Richard Hoard
2 months ago
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𝒇𝒖𝒍𝒘𝒐𝒓𝒌.𝒎𝒍

marina
marina
2 months ago

Hispanics for Elder

BOOT OUT NEWSOM

David Baker
David Baker
2 months ago

Depends upon how much exposure and leverage you used to buy stocks. Market corrections happen, and if the government would just let capitalism function, people will profit or lose on their own merits, or lack thereof. Even with the measures applied after Black Tuesday, 1929, there are still risks and rewards for investors. They might lose their shirts, but they know that, and their willing to risk capital.