Question: Does the stock software work better in Bull or Bear market conditions, in your opinion?


Answer: Value Stock Selector lists the highest number of high-quality undervalued stocks in Bear markets. So if you purchase when stocks are cheap, that’s usually when you have the most choice of what to buy.

As markets rise, less high-quality stocks are undervalued and so your choices decrease. Your current holdings might also become overvalued, at which point you might consider selling and reallocating the funds to the current crop of undervalued companies.

So Bear markets are best if you have cash to buy, but Bull markets are best if you have already made purchases of undervalued stocks and can sell them at a good profit.


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