Technical market indicators are weakening as August approaches. Post Election Year weakness is likely to arise in the next two months.
August is usually a weak month for investors. Post-election year Augusts are no different.
Lumber falls. Communications stocks have juicy dividends. Fintech VC deals lead to exorbitant stock market listings. Sell signals arise in a seasonally weak period.
The Federal Rerserve is acting. S&P 500 shakes off a COVID scare, while Oil and China make waves for investors.
July is the best of the worst months, but in post-election years it unexpectedly better than usual.
Pension returns are elevated. Healthcare stocks could be a safe haven. The Federal Reserve spooks the market,.
Hydrogen fuel technology companies are reviewed. Biogen stock looks vulnerable as FDA approval of its new Alzheimer drug attracts criticism. Stocks hit highs, but not very convincingly.
SPX gets extremely overbought. Our Core Strategy catches up. A breakout in RUTH is possible.
‘Sell in May’ critics are running wild this year. Meanwhile, bearish trends are usually strong in the next six months. Historically, these months warrant caution.
Closer look at Emerging Markets after last years stellar returns. Barrons Big Money looks bullish from the outside only. SaaS is overvalued still.. Seasonality shifts towards small caps. Financial Vulnerability is a hot topic after COVID.