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Weekly Update

The Stock Market Shudders as the Fed Starts to Shift Gears


Published June 18, 2021

This year’s stock market has been all about rotation with money moving into value stocks and out of growth stocks. The narrative has been that rising inflation would push up interest rates. The hike in rates in turn raises the denominator of the classic stock price valuation (e.g. earnings/interest rates) which devalues high-flying growth stocks. The beneficiaries of this narrative have been cyclical sectors like materials, industrials, and energy. This week that narrative took a beating. (more…)

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Accelerate Your Gains in Strong Markets


Published December 8, 2017

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Our TradeGuru investment service has been delivering massive gains for subscribers since the latest bullish period began in early 2016. With growth stocks leading the market upward, our growth-oriented GuruFolio (labeled Folio A on the site) has delivered gains of over +45% this year after a +35% year in 2016. (more…)

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No Record Highs Here


Published August 25, 2017

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Below from Delta is a good overview of the gap between different stock indexes and how large that gap has been this year. In reading this remember that small-cap value stocks are the best performing group over the history of the stock market. That this group is so substantially under-performing might mean something. (more…)

Weekly Update

How a market rally begins and keeps going


Published January 27, 2017

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A stock market rally is rarely about any single thing. While one event, news item, or good market day can certainly change the tone of the market, it takes a full menu of inputs turning positive to sustain and build a lasting rally. Such as been the case over the past three months. This overview of the past three months provides a good general display of how a stock market rally gets going and stays going. Whether this rally marks more time and higher prices for beyond three months is anybody’s guess. (more…)