Johnson & Johnson New All-Time Highs

The stock of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) rose 1.7% yesterday to all-time highs. Earlier this month StockTwits asked its subscribers what their pick would be if they had to invest in just one American stock. I replied with JNJ because I thought consolidation and flight to low volatility stocks would continue for a little longer. Howard Lindzon thought JNJ will cool off if the market rallies. We were both right and wrong.

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Stock Market Bears On The Run

Despite calls for a 15% to 25% correction, this stock market has shown resilience, ignoring geopolitical and financial risks. Bears are on the run and permabear analysts are busy deleting gloom and doom tweets from the past. In a period of a year, the market has had only 9 days with the drop larger than 2%.

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Market Signals Update – Tuesday, July 19, 2016 [Premium Signals]

There is a new signal as of the close of Monday, July 18, 2016. Details are included below.

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Market Analysis For Week Of Monday, July 18, 2016 [Premium Articles]

This weekly premium report includes a market recap with commentary, high probability setups in ETFs and Dow-30 stocks and analysis based on unique technical indicators and quantitative methods.

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Paper: Limitations of Quantitative Claims About Trading Strategy Evaluation

My paper, “Limitations of Quantitative Claims About Trading Strategy Evaluation”, is now available for download at SSRN. More details below.

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Low Volatility-High Dividend Stocks Is the New Safe Haven

At least this is what it appears many investors think in a low/negative bond yield environment since they are convinced that the Fed will not let the market fall. As a result they ignore developments in one of the riskiest financially and geopolitically environment in the last 30 years.

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