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In The Lonely Bull Posted

Money Flows Breakout

For the past eight months, money flows into the U.S. stock market have been either neutral or negative.  This past week they broke out and went emphatically positive.  This is terrific news and should lead to more buying power and higher stock prices.  This indicator is not necessarily immediate in its effects, but coincident with […]
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Nothing Serious…….

It’s been choppy in the stock market lately, but really nothing serious.  As dramatic as the news feed seems to be, what’s remarkable is how placid the market has been.  One would normally expect much more reaction to many of the reported news events.  So, on we go; higher and higher. What volatility we are […]
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Flip Flop

This past Friday, the U.S. stock market did a sudden flip from an emphasis on growth to value.  Value stocks prevailed after the election because it was forecasted that companies more tied to the business cycle would do best under the new President’s administration.  They would benefit from more infrastructure spending, improved tax policies, and […]
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Light My Fire!!!

The U.S. stock market looks to be on the verge of another surge, fired by good earnings, high liquidity levels, and optimism.  It doesn’t hurt that other stock markets around the world are in major uptrends as well.  Sometimes momentum begets momentum and that is where we seem to be right now.  This is all […]
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“Fasten Your Seat Belts…..”

“It’s going to be a bumpy ride.”  The shambolic start to the new Presidential Administration has caused a number of investor concerns.  Initially investors gave the benefit of the doubt to the new President and his team, but lately many fundamental beliefs have been put to the test.  For instance, would tax reform stand a […]
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Someday It Will Rain

The U.S. stock market has gone a long time without a significant pullback.  It has certainly had a few bad days, but not much follow through.  Down periods seem to attract immediate buying.  Investors seem to have a bias toward giving the economy and the stock market the benefit of the doubt; optimism rules the […]
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