November’s explosive rally higher is clearly over. From some down days for stocks to some “barely up” days like Wednesday and Thursday, the rest of the year is likely to follow this seasonal pattern of low volatility.
After everything else that’s gone on this year, that’s not so bad. And stocks are still near record highs, even as the economy is far from recovered from unprecedented levels of shutdowns. Traders can still find plenty of opportunities, even in a slower market. Expect some market moves around Covid stimulus headlines to be a big driver, and for investors to continue investing in areas that have done well over the past few months.
Now here’s the rest of the news:
December 04, 2019
A bit of animation, and another message from Darren Hardy.
“Becoming More YOU, For Real”
I’ve got a tip that can help. If you have hip bursitis, and you’re finding it difficult to get rid of the pain, it could be, in part, your SITTING POSTURE.
Sitting posture is one of the largest contributors to the development of hip tightness, pain and bursitis. If you’ve struggled to fix your hip pain, there is a good chance that your sitting posture is the reason why.
If you’re spending six or more hours in a com-promised position every day, you’re going to experience negative health effects. Try to keep your hips open and your lumbar spine straight while sitting, but remember that sitting for extended periods of time is still likely to contribute to poor hip and spine health. Two more hip-tips tomorrow! 😉