Category Archives: Equities

Riding The Gravy Train: S&P500 Key Levels

The U.S. stock market is very expensive and narrow, led by large-cap tech with S&P500 range-bound between 3233 and 2965, a 9 percent range, closing today at the upper 1/3rd of that range.   Not a fan, and a dangerous market, … Continue reading

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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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