Generally speaking, the bias for stocks is always higher, but there are periods like these when stocks simply churn, or even worse, move lower.
It may be hard to believe, but stocks haven’t budged in a year. Near-term prospects aren’t much brighter.
At best, stocks are poised for single-digit gains for the next several years. If you want better returns, you need a turbocharged trading strategy.
Consider the extreme contrarian approach. Some call it catching falling knives. Confident traders think of it as bargain hunting.