Latest Newsletter (nov 15)
State of the Market
Stocks jumped to new highs this week as the (likely) incoming Fed Chairperson promises to keep the printing presses running at full speed.
However, as with any stimulant, financial or otherwise, the longer you use it, the weaker its effects become and the harder it is to discontinue...
In this issue:
What is the Fed Accomplishing?
Market Moves Higher; Sector Shifts
Evidence of Overheating
Covered Call Updates
Perfromance of Top-Performing ETF's
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Stocks retreat to start the new month
Stocks were quiet most of the day but sold off after one o'clock. Foreign equity ETFs lost more ground than did blue chip U.S. equity ETFs. Breadth was particularly poor today.The Diamonds ETF (DIA) has given an unconfirmed MACD sell signal. This is not worrisome, however, because stocks have gotten overbought...
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