Stock Market Forecaster
Did you hear the one about the bear and the hot air balloon?
Will the stock market go up or down? This simple question can be conceptualized by imagining someone trying to escape from a grizzly bear by hot air balloon.
Growth and Yield act as burners, working together to fuel the upward movement of the balloon. Without positive yields and growing underlying economies, stocks can’t hope to get off the ground.
Profitability, Value, and Sentiment act as ballasts that may or may not inhibit the potential of the stock market. With prevailing negative sentiment, you are effectively tossing an anvil out of the basket tied to your foot. With solid value, you're cutting the rope to release a ballast.