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Monthly Archives: April 2017

“Sell in May and Go Away” – in 9 out of 11 Countries it Makes Sense to Do So

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The “sell in May and go away”, which] implies that the market's performance is far worse in the six summer months than in the six winter months is the case with respect to US stock markets but what is the status in other countries? I have examined the patterns in the eleven most important stock markets in the world and found that it does, indeed, make sense to "sell in May and go away" in 9 of the 11 countries. In which two countries has it not been the case - at least until now? Read on for the answers.

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The S&P 500 From An Elliott Wave Perspective

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The bull market put in a positive twist this week after the French elections over the weekend. Before even reaching our minimum downside targets for this downtrend markets worldwide gapped up on Monday, continued higher on Tuesday, and then stalled at higher levels for the rest of the week. This activity has created a temporary bifurcation between the US cyclicals and tech sectors.

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5 Canadian Lumber Stocks That Could Get Thumped By Trump

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The Trump administration has threatened to apply a 20% tariff on Canadian softwood lumber exports to the United States alleging that some Canadian logging companies receive subsidies as high as 24.12%. Today we have identified five Canadian lumber stocks that are most likely to be affected negatively by the proposed Trump policies.

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The Magnificent Mogambo: “We’re Freaking Doomed!”

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I wistfully remember the good old days of blissful naiveté about economics, which is before I found out about the Austrian school of economics, which led me to completely comprehend the unbelievable Keynesian econometric insanity of excessively expanding a fiat currency, especially over an extended time.

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5 REITs Expected to Boost Their Payouts

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Today we have identified 5 Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) with expected funds from operations (FFO) increases of more than 10%...[which should] most likely [result in] increased payouts to investors.

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