At times in the market, like now, sentiment takes over from fact and share prices stray even further from the confines of logic and predictability and it manifests itself in volatility and confusion which is frustrating for the ordered mind. But what you can do with sentiment is to understand that it moves, much like a share price, in a trading range that stretches between irrational exuberance (thank you Greenspan) and blind fear. (VIEW LINK)
Marcus Padley founded Marcus Today in 1998 and leads the team of analysts and market commentators that publishes a daily stock market newsletter, presents four podcasts and runs an $80m Australian equity fund. He is passionate about educating and...