As we wrap up 2018, it’s time to forget everything that happened this quarter and this year and start from scratch. It’s irrelevant. We’re moving forward with fresh eyes. This is our Q1 2019 Playbook.
This is one of my favorite things to do: Forget everything that happened this quarter and this year and start from scratch. It doesn’t matter what we did or how we felt in 2018. It’s irrelevant. We’re moving forward. This is my Q1 2019 Playbook.
While we couldn’t be happier that U.S. stocks got destroyed this quarter, let’s not forget about all of the other markets out there. US Treasury Bonds have had a very nice rally during this stock market correction, which is another move we’re ecstatic about. And Gold and Silver have started to make moves to the upside as well, which is something we haven’t seen in what feels like forever.
But today, it’s the US Dollar that I think stands out and the recent move lower could just be the beginning. [Read more…]
This is the video recording of the December 2018 Conference Call.
When we want to see what the market is doing on a given day, we all have our list of the ticker symbols we punch in: $DJIA or $SPY or $QQQ. Some people are more global and look at things like Gold, Crude Oil or Interest Rates and countries like Japanese or German Indexes. I talk to guys and gals who tell me the Russell2000 is the market for them. We’re all different. The point is to be true to who you are and act accordingly.
I get asked a lot what that list is for me. The way I interpret this question is, “What are the 15 ticker symbols I punch into my charting software to see what the market did or is doing at any point during the day or night?”.
This is the video recording of the November 2018 Conference Call.
I’ve just updated the Monthly Chartbook, and although October was a rough month for the equity market, our opinions really haven’t changed all that much from last month in terms of trend and risk management levels. With that being said, I want to use this post to highlight a few things that stuck out to me.