Market Strategist Jeff Saut on Activity Versus Inactivity ~ market folly

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Market Strategist Jeff Saut on Activity Versus Inactivity

It's been a long time since we checked in on well known market strategist Jeff Saut.  His latest piece entitled "Activity Versus Inactivity" is a look at a common dilemma for investors.

In it, Saut takes a look at human nature and writes, "Plainly there are times for investors/traders to be active.  But there are also times for them to be inactive, despite the trait of human nature to be 'active;' and, for the past few months inactivity has been the best overall strategy."

Saut then goes on to talk about some market technicals and the latest market datapoints.  They feel crude oil has bottomed and that the stock market, even if it sells off in the near-term, would be doing so "within the construct of a secular bull market that has eight to nine years left on the upside."

Embedded below is Jeff Saut's latest market commentary:

You can download a .pdf copy here.

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