Consider the chart below: If it was an index or an individual stock, would you buy it?
I know I would.
The chart, courtesy of Charles Kirk, poses an interesting trick question: It's actually an inverted chart of the Dow over the past year. It is presented upside down, so last week's market break and turmoil shows up as a breakout - not a breakdown. In the original Dow chart (invert the one above), it is an obvious breakdown.
The psychological question Charles poses is this: If you would buy the inverted chart, then wouldn't you most certainly sell the inverted version (if not outright short it)?
It's a very clever way to check your own biases. The dip buyers today are somewhat equivalent to the sellers of the above breakout.
Nicely done, Charles!