http://www.marketwatch.com/story/bearish-jp-morgan-says-sell-stocks-on-any-bounce-2016-01-11 For the first time in 7 years, JP Morgan advises investors to seli equities on any bounce. Wow, I find that advice to be a bit extreme. Markets tend to overshoot in making highs and lows. Value investors will eventually return when perceived value is seen. If one is a value investor, reinvesting dividends from large cap blue chip holdings, I view these dips as opportunities to buy more shares than normally would be expected. In my opinion, $VZ and $T are examples of my thinking. The China contagion and the oil price collapse aggregated by the OPEC dispute between Saudi Arabia and Iran aren't helping markets. The article is interesting -- read the linked articles too -- but make up your own mind on what to do with your investments.