If it's a “melt up” timing will be key

The ability to read key signals within the markets is becoming crucial.

Summary: Melt ups often precede melt downs and no-one rings the bell at the top of a market. This market is likely to melt up, and the melt up could last for all of 2015 or abruptly end and become a melt down. There may still be more juice to squeeze out of rising share prices, but you need to have an exit strategy.

Key take-out: A trend-following signals system is one safeguard against a market crash.

Key beneficiaries: General investors. Category: Shares.


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