A popular narrative currently swirls around the markets; short sellers are out to get you, the retail trader. For the most part, that is unlikely to be the case however.
https://youtu.be/JAjRyWMXu2AOne of my former mentors used to remind me weekly that good traders know when to trade but great traders know when not to trade. Let’s examine this important concept and tie it into the current market environment.
https://youtu.be/Qz7oPdn7B80 Some of my favorite trades to put on are what I call ‘relative trades,’ also known as pair trades. This one I am currently involved in could have legs for a long while. Watch the video. A GATHERING OF SOME OF THE GREATEST TRADING AND INVESTMENT MINDS IN THE MARKET. SHARPEN YOUR INVESTMENT SKILLS […]
The tailwinds for the price of oil are notable and from a structural perspective many if not most investors are still underweight the energy sector of stocks. We see oil heading toward $80 per barrel.
Major institutional investors and increasingly voicing their thoughts about a new asset class becoming a partial alternative to the fixed income, i.e. bond market. We are seeing the same with our client network…and it could lead to massive moves higher in this new asset class. Watch the video.
https://youtu.be/vWdARfLUIl4 Both oil and silver (or their related ETFs or single name stocks) in our view have plenty of tailwinds working for themselves at this juncture. Significantly higher price levels appear likely through a multi-quarter lens. But even from a trading perspective these are interesting setups.
Just staring at a simple price chart and applying linear analysis only gets you so far. By applying relative analysis one quickly gains another layer of perspective. This type of analysis currently points the Nasdaq 100 to lower levels still.
I am not bearish…I still think we will see more upside in parts of the equity market through the lens of the reopening trade. However, the broader S&P 500 index after a great start the first 4 months of the year has now reached some key resistance levels, which are backed up by market internals.
It has been our view since the second half of 2020 that the ‘average stock’ is likely to outperform the S&P 500 for the coming years. One way to benefit from this is to buy the equally weighted S&P 500, which can be done with the Ticker: RSP etf
After a beautiful and significant rally in the first four months of 2021, the S&P 500 is now likely to see a correction that may surprise plenty of market participants.