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In The Lonely Bull Posted

Oh Stormy, Bring Back that Sunny Day

Every time investors begin to regain a little confidence, markets take a dive; right out of the blue, just like a storm. The fact is, markets are still working through a myriad of concerns from a world slow-down, crashing commodity prices bankrupting companies and putting banks under stress, to China falling into a financial apocalypse.  […]
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Ghost Busting

Little by little, time and evidence is dispelling the ghosts that have bedeviled the stock market since the middle of last year. Firstly and most importantly, the economy has not fallen into recession; not here and not with many of our important trading partners. China’s growth rate has subsided, but it is still growing at an […]
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Green Light

Technical signs have been flashing buy, buy – for certain groups. These are categories of stocks that have been pummeled last year and in the recent sell-off.  These include industrials, materials (including oil and gas), but of course when these turn around, the relief will be positive for most stocks.  However, a few categories that […]
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“The Sun also Rises”

Some stock market bottoms are dramatic and direct; others are more subtle and evolve over time. The latter seems to be the type we are having. Instead of one factor causing the decline and then being resolved, today we have a multitude.  As we work though these various issues, markets continue to suffer day to […]
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A Bridge Over Troubled Waters

What will take us there? The one word answer is value; not the few growth at any price companies that led the market last year. During the dot.com bust, investors found out that growth is not infinite and price does matter. Momentum, which many chased last year, no longer works.  With uncertainty heightened, investors now want […]
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Smoking

It looks like a bottom is in for this correction. What kind of recovery we get is yet to be seen, but we would not be surprised to see a good one.  Last week, we stuck our neck out and said that we were at or near a bottom and that seems to be the […]
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Bottoming

In spite of some terrible days of stock market trading, many internal stock market indicators point to market averages being near a bottom. What are these indicators?  They are measures that track money flows in or out of equities.  Others view past lows and may show technical formations that provide support for the bottoming prediction. […]
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