Taking Action -- Part 1

The world may not be coming to an end, but it sure feels like it in the stock market. Tuesday is the first of two "blood" moons that Earth will experience this year, the next being in October.

A blood moon refers to a total lunar eclipse, in which the earth passes between sun and moon. But some sunlight is bent around the earth (due to gravity) and bathes the moon in an eerie red glow. Blood moons are often associated with stories of the apocalypse, although one would think after thousands and thousands of them maybe people would settle down. As a metaphor for the bloodshed in the equity markets, or the flowing red ink, or other similar apocalyptic references, the blood moon knows no equal at the moment. The end is nigh?...700 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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