What’s Up with the Market – December 2018

What’s Up with the Market – December 2018

We ended last month’s newsletter saying “that this correction feels different.” Well different may have been an understatement. Not only did a Santa Claus rally fail to happen, he may have left investors with more than a lump of coal in their stocking.The markets...
What’s Up with the Market – November 2018

What’s Up with the Market – November 2018

It’s Time to Respect Risk AgainSince we left off last month, the market is still going through a “tantrum” as it adjusts to higher interest rates. During this time, investors have been harshly reminded that stocks do have risk involved after years of running...
What’s Up with the Market – October 2018

What’s Up with the Market – October 2018

The Tantrum is Upon Us For anyone who has been keeping up with the market lately, this recent sharp sell-off is simply the “tantrum” we have been waiting on for a while. Over the last few months, I have referenced this multiple times and this type of price action was...
What’s Up with the Market – September 2018

What’s Up with the Market – September 2018

August Newsletter Recap: Last month, we left off with the market putting in support and showing signs of a breakout to the upside. I said “for this rally to continue and this breakout to prove warranted, I would like to see a rotation from these high flying technology...
What’s Up with the Market- August 2018

What’s Up with the Market- August 2018

Bold Prediction Update: Check out our bold prediction from April of 2017 where we identified the potential for a short squeeze on TWLO stock. The stock has more than doubled since the article. In addition, TWLO reported earnings earlier this week and the shorts were...
What’s Up With the Market – July 2018

What’s Up With the Market – July 2018

Last month, I spoke about how the “current market seems range bound,” and it appears to still be the case this month. In this newsletter, I want to dig deeper into the range and the components that I am closely watching. Trading ranges are typically very important to...

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