Over the last few days, Treasury yields have risen significantly as Democratic wins in Georgia are likely to lead to more COVID relief spending. Besides looking at the the potential effects on the market, we address a few strategies to mitigate the risk of rising rates in a fixed income portfolio.
Global Equities ripped higher in November. The Harmony USD Global Equity faired especially well holding UK and vale assets.
December seasonality after the November jobs report can turn weak until the later part of the month. Buying positions in bullish sectors is useful during this period. Oil and energy stocks perform well, while gold and silver enter a weak period.
Investors focused on dividends have completely missed the opportunities in growth stocks during the last 10 years. Will the USD fall in 2021, giving rise to non-US assets?
The MACD indicators applied to DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ are all positive as of today’s close. These leads to several buy signals across various equity indexes, according to the seasonal investment strategy.
After five straight monthly gains, the US stock market finally came under pressure in September. The NASDAQ hit the ‘correction level’ of a 10% slide. Markets have rebounded, but October is usually weak. Patience is needed for entry into the seasonally positive part of the year.
Next week starts the Jewish holidays and the relevant market adage, “Sell on Rosh Hashanah and buy on Yom Kippur” comes into play. Historically, the SPX was down roughly 58% of the time during this period.
We examine whether there is a performance advantage for stocks being added to the S&P 500.
The key to a successful investment strategies involve three main elements: what to buy, when to buy, and how much to buy. We will look at each of these elements individually as we focus on creating successful investment strategies.
Wherever you are in the world, the strength of your country’s local currency can be adversely affected by many different factors. Uncertainty encourages many investors to look outside of their local savings and investment markets, in a bid to access products that provide the opportunity to invest in ‘hard currencies’, specifically USD, GBP and EUR. Certain products enable investors to secure their savings in a long term financial secure manner.