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article Markets are often described as being driven by a “market sentiment” phenomenon: that people want to buy, sell, and invest in the market.
However, sentiment alone is not enough to predict which companies will go up or down, and there is also the chance that sentiment can predict which markets will actually outperform or underperform.
As a result, many investors are focused on the “performance” of the companies that are currently in the top 10% of the Dow Jones index.
This article aims to fill that gap by explaining how to evaluate the performance of stocks and how to assess the strength of their underlying market sentiment.
The article will also examine how a more objective approach to market sentiment can help investors make informed decisions about investing in community stocks.
The results of our analysis of the community stock market suggest that investors should be cautious about investing on the basis of “performance”, as this will lead to a mis-investment in companies with weak fundamentals.
Achieving better-informed decisions about stock allocation can help ensure a safer and more stable investing environment for the long-term.