The following report covers where we are in the economy and markets. It has become clear to me that another correction is coming of some significance. The problem we face is whether the combination of Fed money and a potential medical miracle can stave off the worse case scenarios. I […]
We saw this new correction coming. How long will last and how low will it go? Tomorrow’s webinar will be a doozy.
Today we game out the potential scenarios for the stock market in the short, intermediate and long-term. While the rally might continue a bit longer, there is a certainty of at least a retracing of the rally for a small correction. There are also worse outcomes if the economy does not have the “V” shape recovery that many are hoping for. This is piece is open to members and those with a “Free Library Card.”
The stock market is hitting a key resistance level right now. There could be one more leg up or a downtrend can begin by Friday. We are trimming into strength and selling covered calls. Downside potential the rest of the year far exceeds upside. Manage your risk. This post available if you are a member or Free Library Card holder.
We have identified dozens of stocks and a dozen ETFs that will be where to focus our investment efforts coming out of the second wave of Coronavirus and the next stock market correction. You will need a paid membership for this 67 page report. Available to Sustainable Growth and higher memberships.
This week’s webinar will outline our post Coronavirus COVID-19 investing strategy and tactics. The second wave of both COVID-19 and the Coronavirus stock market crashes are coming. Prepare now.
Coronavirus is raging and it will be years before it’s completely under control. But, governments are soaking the economy with money. How will it play out? Likely in unexpected ways. Learn some of the likely scenarios here.
Summary The Senate relief bill seems 50/50 to get approved “as is” by the House of Representatives. “Unanimous Consent” by the House could be used to pass bill, but several Reps do not feel comfortable doing that. It think it is even money that the House proposed their own bill […]
The coronavirus COVID-19 recession and crash will not be short or shallow. We should expect more economic damage. The stock market is still overvalued and likely to fall further. Use this correction as a chance to position your asset allocation into the “smart everything” and alternative energy world that is developing. It is there that enough growth exists to generate gains. Our research shows that over 100 companies in the S&P 500 are at serious risk of becoming zombies or going bankrupt.
Tonight’s webinar preparing us to when and how to buy ETFs for our asset allocation requires a paid membership. I have put a “half price” discount code with all services at the sign-up pages. Please try us on for size at half price. By this point, you probably see the value. We got out early near the highs and we will get back near the lows by scaling into attractive sectors of the economy.
I have been predicting #Crash2020 since summer 2018. How did I know? Recently, I said expect a “limit down” day from the opening bell soon. How did I know? Watch my Investing 2020s webinars on YouTube to find out for free. Tonight’s special webinar is your chance to catch up. Also, a special 50% discount offer for all viewers. If nothing else, sign up for a free library card.
Coronavirus is causing severe human suffering. The equity markets are also suffering. However, valuations were looking for a reason to correct. The stock market can easily drop another 25-35%. Use this correction to move away from “old economy” disrupted investments and move towards “smart everything” and alternative energy world investments.
The Coronavirus is a tragedy causing human suffering. For the stock market, it is merely a match lighting the over valuation tinder. Expect far more disruption soon. – Members Only Content, however, you may dead this piece with a “Free Library Card.”
We update our trading and investing thoughts with the #coronacrash happening now. We also listen to a Fed President affirm our bullish gold thesis. And, we take a sneak peak at Super Tuesday and what a Bernie win could mean short and long-term. Sign-up for a Free Library Card to see this content.
In our annual forecast we suggested an early year correction driven by a volatility event. On Twitter in early January, I posted that coronavirus was the most important story developing. It is now threatening the stock market and global economy. Here’s a simple way to think about volatility now.