Category Archives: Equities

Statista’s New Chart Looks Familiar

It makes us a little nervous when we see our ideas, opinions, and charts starting to be adopted as conventional wisdom. A New Bull Market…In Bullshit Though the cheerleaders are still preaching a new bull market, the only new bull … Continue reading

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Introducing Our CK-35 Large Cap Portfolio

We have been teasing you over the past month about rolling out the CK-35 portfolio of GMM’s new crack stock picker, Carol K.   The CK-35 has a nice ring to it, no?  Kinda the like the NIkkei 225? Huge Outperformance … Continue reading

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TOTD: Valuations Matter

TOTD – Treat of the Day Microsoft was a great company in 1999. $MSFT was still a great company in 2017 – it would take you 18 years for you to break even if you bought it in 1999. Valuation, … Continue reading

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Chasing The FOMO Titanic Rally

FOMO – (Fear Of Missing Out) Panic buying is a type of behavior marked by a rapid increase in purchase volume, typically causing the price of a good or security to increase. From a macro perspective, panic buying reduces supply and creates … Continue reading

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America’s Reality Show Gets Real: The Moment I Knew America Was In Trouble

Summary  The U.S. stock market is the most overvalued in history using our valuation metric of stock market capitalization-to-GDP The U.S. has failed to address four major issues, which have now passed their tipping points and has destabilized the American … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s New Market Narrative

Why Microsoft Should Be a Cornerstone In All Portfolios By Carol K. First, let me state unequivocally I am NOT a Microsoft (MSFT) product fangirl.  Since 2005, I have only purchased Apple (AAPL) products for myself and my children. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Cue The Economic Recovery

Summary The Russell 2000’s relative performance is now sniffing out the economic recovery, which will be reflected in a record Q3 GDP print, a bounce from the record first-half economic collapse  It is not unreasonable that we will see a … Continue reading

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Mall Rats Jumping Ship

Yikes!  See how Carol nailed this in her piece in yesterday’s post, Back To Class: REITs 101. We may have discovered a superstar. Mall landlords received just a quarter of expected April rent payments. https://t.co/7kWbEBxO9L pic.twitter.com/fB4s4zHYSJ — Lisa Abramowicz (@lisaabramowicz1) May … Continue reading

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Back To Class: REITs 101

In our May 11th post, GDP Now Q2 Estimate At -34.90 Percent, So What Now? we mentioned our discovery of an incredible stock picker with a portfolio that has significantly outperformed the S&P in an upmarket and even during the … Continue reading

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Battle OF The Fibos & The Negative Yield Wall

Fibonacci retracement levels are horizontal lines that indicate where support and resistance are likely to occur. They are based on Fibonacci numbers. Each level is associated with a percentage. The percentage is how much of a prior move the price … Continue reading

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