Despite a strong day or two this week, Bullish Percent Indicators paint a slightly weak outcome for U.S. Equities. This is the case for both the broad indexes as well as the individual market sectors. The call for a Buy in Utilities a week ago is paying off
Secure Act 2.0 IRA Charitable Annuity is a relative new addition to the basic IRA program. I’m providing several links for interested readers in this one-time charitable contribution of $53,000. The idea is the following. An individual is permitted to make a one-time contribution of $53,000 (will likely
Bullish Percent Indicators are a different way of examining the behavior of the securities market. Keep in mind that the two tables shown below concentrate on U.S. Equities. The top table looks at seven broad indexes and there are plenty of overlapping stocks between the
U.S. Equities ended the week on a strong note. Is this reflected in the Bullish Percent Indicators? Did any sectors drop into the oversold zone? Follow the tables below for answers to these questions. If you are blocked from reading this blog, register as a Guest and then wait to be elevated to the Platinum […]
Early in the month is an excellent time to review portfolios such as the Copernicus and Schrodinger as both are “no-brain” portfolios in that neither require any significant decisions. One does not need a degree in Finance from the University of Chicago to manage these portfolios. While the Schrodinger
February is here and it is time for the crocus to bloom in Oregon. Early in any given month is an excellent time to review the Schrodinger as no decisions are required. This is a Save & Watch style
Yesterday the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closed above 38,000 for the first time in history. A few readers may recall a book titled: Dow 36,000: The New Strategy for Profiting From the Coming Rise in the Stock Market written by James K. Glassman and Kevin
Before looking up any Bullish Percent Indicator data I envision or guess what the various indexes and sectors will show. Will the trends be bullish or bearish. Based on a strong Friday market I anticipated a number of the indexes and sectors would turn bullish. Not so.