by Cam Hui, Humble Student of the Markets Trend Model signal summary Trend Model signal: Neutral Trading model: Bearish The Trend Model is an asset allocation model ...Read more Comments Off on New Highs = A Last Hurrah?
by Dana Lyons, JLFMI Blog In early December, we took a look at a variation of the notorious “Hindenburg Omen”, a supposed signal of forthcoming trouble in the market. ...Read more Comments Off on The Market is Awash in New Highs (and New Lows)
March 19, 2013 by Liz Ann Sonders, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Key Points The Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassed its all-time ...Read more Comments Off on Vertigo: Why Not to Fear Dow's String of New Highs
Leading investment strategist, Francois Trahan takes on the naysayers and explains why he expects stocks to reach new highs in the coming months. ...Read more Comments Off on Francois Trahan: Expect Stocks to Hit New Highs in the Coming Months
The Economy and Bond Market Radar (July 23, 2012) Treasury yields headed modestly lower again this week. Retail sales were much weaker than expected. Inflation and manufacturing data ...Read more Comments Off on The Economy and Bond Market Radar (July 23, 2012)
by Dominic Frisby, Moneyweek.com I’m not unduly worried about the gold price. But when I saw it had dropped $40 yesterday from $1,700 an ounce to almost ...Read more Comments Off on What's Next For Gold?
The Emotions of Fear and Apathy Create Good Buying Opportunities By Frank Holmes CEO and Chief Investment Officer U.S. Global Investors One of the most debilitating forms of ...Read more Comments Off on The Emotions of Fear and Apathy Create Good Buying Opportunities
In a recent research note, BCA Research argues that it is too soon to give up on gold shares – a sector that has underperformed gold bullion and ...Read more Comments Off on Gold Shares Would Soon Play Catch Up
The topic of surging market return correlation (and the death of alpha on broader terms) is nothing new to long-term Zero Hedge readers: every time the market appears ...Read more Comments Off on Record Correlations + Record Low Mutual Fund Cash + Soaring Dispersion = Recipe For Redemption Driven Disaster
Curve Watchers Anonymous is taking a look at 10-year bond yields and bond spreads in the Eurozone. Interest on 10-Year bonds in Italy are down from the spike ...Read more Comments Off on European Bond Spreads Show ECB Losing the Containment War on Italian Bond Yields
Energy and Natural Resources Market Cheat Sheet (August 15, 2011) Strengths Despite this week’s late pullbacks in gold and equities, our Global Resources Fund outperformed for the week. ...Read more Comments Off on Energy and Natural Resources Market Cheat Sheet
Those watching the stock market ramp yesterday might be wondering if something meaningful had happened. Nothing did. The EU agreed to give Greece more money, but everyone knew ...Read more Comments Off on What Changed? Nothing - Bond Market Yawns
“A number of technical indicators have been very helpful in timing the end of prior corrective phases when cyclical equity conditions were still generally constructive, i.e. a sustainable, ...Read more Comments Off on Corrective Phase of U.S. Equities Not Over, According to Technical Indicators