Summary: Overall, fund managers’ asset allocations in June provide a confused view.On the one hand, fund managers raised cash to a 6-month high and reduced their global equity exposure to an 8-month low. Relative to recent history, this is contrarian bullish.Note, however, that most of the fall in their equity allocations came from further reducing emerging markets exposure; allocations to […]
MPI/Getty ImagesOne of the first things you hear about the stock market are the stories of the great bull markets and great crashes.And when you hear the stories about these dramatic moves, you also quickly hear about the great (and not-so-great) forecasts that preceded them.We like to imagine that there are people who can predict the future. And none are […]
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Greg Miller has spent over 20 years in the financial industry, working up from analyst, to portfolio manager, and eventually to an institutional investor, where […]
China’s Stock Market Bubble is off the Charts Joshua KrauseThe Daily SheepleJune 10th, 2015123 views
For the most part, the precipitous rise of the New York Stock Exchange in recent years, has garnered more attention than any other stock exchange in the world. After reaching the highest levels seen since the Dot-com crash, it’s obvious that the Dow Jones and NASDAQ […]
Above is a useful short-term measure of whether we are trading in an “overbought” versus “oversold” mode in the U.S. stock market. The blue line is the cash SPX; the red line is a five-day moving average of the following:(5-day new highs minus 5-day new lows) + (20-day new highs minus 20-day new lows) + (100-day new highs minus 100-day […]
Stock Market Crash – Are We Heading For 1987 All Over Again?Stock-Markets / Stock Market CrashJun 06, 2015 – 10:58 PM GMTBy: Toby_ConnorHistory has been pretty clear. When the Fed prints too much money, and holds interest rates too low for too long, it eventually it creates a bubble followed by a market crash. It happened in 2000 with tech […]
You Don’t Know Where the Stock Market is Heading!Stock-Markets / Stock Markets 2015Jun 02, 2015 – 09:20 PM GMTBy: Bob_LoukasI’ve been of two minds recently regarding the current Cycle picture in equities. So this week I focused more attention on finding secondary evidence to support a more definitive position ondirection. As I suspected it might, my research provided an almost […]
Related AAPLCan Apple Convince Spotify Users To Pay $10 A Month For Music?Take Advantage Of Weakness In Semiconductors, Citigroup SaysMicrosoft (MSFT) to Release New OS Windows 10 on Jul 29 – Analyst Blog(Zacks)Activist investor Carl Icahn made headlines on Monday by expressing his concern over the stability of the stock market during an interview on FOX Business Network.On the surface, […]
Trading Nation: Bull & bear on Chinese stocks
David Seaburg, Cowen & Co., and Todd Gordon, tradinganalysis.com, give perspective to investing in Chinese stocks.
China’s stock market is red-hot.After dropping 6.5 percent last Thursday, the Shanghai composite has bounced back to a fresh multiyear high. But as the index is already up more than 50 percent year to date, one market participant […]
REUTERS/Brendan McDermidByron Wien.Stocks have catapulted through recovery.Among the things that have driven the expansion, a key factor has been the role of the Federal Reserve.In market commentary Wednesday, Blackstone’s Byron Wien pegs a number on this: $3 trillion.Even though we’ve seen company earnings more than double between 2009 and 2014, there has been concern that the market rally has largely […]