//The next bull run doesn’t happen with good news, it happens when the market stops reacting to bad news.

The next bull run doesn’t happen with good news, it happens when the market stops reacting to bad news.

How close we are to the bottom though, I’m not going to assume, that’s up to you. Don’t try to look for good news because after the amount of loss we’ve taken so far this year, it won’t help. Try to look for no response to bad news.For example, if the ETF (which frankly, I don’t think we need) everyone is so excited about isn’t approved and the price doesn’t go down more than it normally does or continues to stagnate, there’s a good chance there will be a turnaround.

How close we are to the bottom though, I’m not going to assume, that’s up to you. Don’t try to look for good news because after the amount of loss we’ve taken so far this year, it won’t help. Try to look for no response to bad news.

For example, if the ETF (which frankly, I don’t think we need) everyone is so excited about isn’t approved and the price doesn’t go down more than it normally does or continues to stagnate, there’s a good chance there will be a turnaround.