I voted I felt the bottom was in; certainly, the short term bottom is in, we are a heck of a long way from the bottom, it would require a 26% drop in an environment where most news is getting better, not worse. I see a lot of comments, from analysts, to institutional investors, to individual investors, that they are expecting another drop. And money is waiting for it. This often means that it is a self-annulling prophecy. Any dip is met with furious buying, which negates the dips.2 weeks ago, the forum voted 22-12 that the bottom has not yet occurred.
any change in feelings with re-opening plans starting to come out?
I think it is ok to hold some cash or liquidity back for a buy on a dip, but I wouldn't depend on the S&P hitting 2000 or below for your next investment opportunity. There are a lot of values on the S&P 500 that will never ever be seen again. To paraphrase the great Peter Lynch, I don't know where the next 500 points on the S&P 500 will be, but I know where the next 2800 points will be.