Monthly Archives: February 2013

Asset Class Moves Feb 26 2013

Stocks were up 0.61% Bonds were up 0.04% US Dollar was up slightly versus a basket of world currencies, and down slightly versus the Euro, after making great gains against the Euro yesterday. Asian and European stocks were down sharply … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What Are Home Prices Going To Do In 2013 & 2014?

Edward Jones, the financial company, writes a daily commentary column, updated a couple times each trading day.  It can be found here. One of the reasons I read it most days is that in a world of CYA writing from … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Asset Class Moves Feb 25 2013

Stocks were down strong, down -1.83% Bonds were up strong 0.32% US Dollar was up strong 0.32% versus a basket of world currencies, and up an extraordinary amount 0.83% versus the Euro. Asian and European stocks were generally up, but US … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Asset Class Moves Feb 22 2013

Stocks were up 0.88% Bonds were up 0.05% US Dollar was nearly unchanged versus a basket of world currencies and the Euro. Asian and European stocks were up. Gold was nearly unchanged Oil was up 0.56% – – Commentary: As you … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Understanding Definitions And Intents Of Asset Classes

Stock Shares: The stated intent of a share of company stock is:  It is intended to represent a small percentage of ownership in something, usually a company.  A company’s articles of incorporation, the primary rules governing the management of a … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Could Bonds Currently Be Kind Of Like The Titanic?

Stocks were up strong 0.73%, the S&P 500 hitting a 5 yr high close above 1530. Bonds were down -0.05% US Dollar was down -0.20% versus a basket of world currencies, and down -0.28% versus the Euro Asian stocks were slightly down, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What Is Potentially The Most Imminently Valuable Stock Price Pattern I Could Show You?

Here are the stock price patterns for the S&P 500 for the last 3 years: In each year, stock prices:  a) peaked temporarily in late April each year, b) then declined shortly thereafter, c) then eventually rose to new highs later in that … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment