It’s possible that if one did short the market for an extended period of time, you may have fared better financially over the long period by waiting until the market turned, than probing the market looking for that top.
Using real examples including December Crude Oil, December Silver, and December Corn, this article from Marc Nemenoff, Price Futures Group Analyst and author of the Nemenoff Report— examines potential trading strategies for futures trading during bubbles.
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