Dow Jones: Brad Lamensdorf and P Spx

dow jones: The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, 0.82% posted its worst week since March, according to Market Watch. This week isn't starting off any better. While Friday's session delivered a nice little breather from all the selling, the Nasdaq Composite COMP, 1.14% and S&P 500 SPX, 0.80% still closed with their worst weekly decline of the year. Yet, despite some pretty wicked pullbacks over the past few sessions, volatility is still historically VIX, 0.17% low and sentiment indicators are showing that investors remain unfazed. The indicators in past weeks have been warning that the stock market would remain highly volatile because investors, who historically are wrong, were overly optimistic, writes Brad Lamensdorf, the man behind the Advisor Shares Ranger Equity Bear ETF HDGE, -1.20% Sure enough, confirming the market's vulnerability, Trump's China tariffs triggered this past week's retreat. For the Wall Street pros who tend to look through a contrarian lens, there's more red ink to be spilled. ( As reported in the news.

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