Long termed readers of this blog will be familiar with my “Ask me Anything” special edition blogs. These blogs allow you to post your Technical Analysis questions, and I post a few follow up blogs to answer the questions. This one is an “Ask US anything blog. I’ve asked Craig Aucoin, who co-manages our Managed platforms to step in to answer any questions pertaining to economic or fundamental analysis issues. Today, you can ask ValueTrend to answer your questions on the markets!
This time, the questions will be be answered in a video format. As always, the transcript of the video will appear below the episode, so those who like to read rather than watch can do so.
Important–I am going to repeat this twice, as I always get somebody who didn’t catch this part:
IF YOU ARE A SUBSCRIBER, DON’T HIT REPLY ON YOUR EMAIL TO ASK YOUR QUESTION. YOU MUST GO TO THE WEBSITE (www.valuetrend.ca). POST THE QUESTION UNDER COMMENTS FOR THIS BLOG.
OK – here are the ground rules for the “Ask us” blogs:
- WIDE INTEREST: Investment questions should be of broad interest to many investors. They can involve broad-sector questions, questions about various international markets, or questions about commodities or bonds.
- NO INDIVIDUAL STOCKS: Please don’t ask about individual stocks. This isn’t Keith’s BNN show. The exception might be in massively followed mega-cap stocks like the AI stocks – but we’ll probably talk about the group rather than one single name. Better to ask about stock sectors, world markets, asset classes, commodities, etc. For example: Cannabis, gold, European markets, the utilities sector, the tech sector, oil, transports, long bonds, etc. Lets say you are interested in the banks. Ask about the US banking sector rather than Bank of America.
- DUMB QUESTIONS: You can ask as simple a question as you wish. And don’t worry – there’s no such thing as a dumb question! But feel free to ask the hard stuff too! We’ll do our best to get as many questions covered as we can. One question per reader, only.
- EDUCATIONAL QUESTIONS: Questions on technical analysis methods and contrarian investing are very welcome. Eg.: You might have questions on technical/fundamental analysis rules, or unique strategies like hedging or stop loss rules, etc. Questions on fundamental analysis are also very welcome, as are broad economic issues.
- YOU MUST POST YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE COMMENT SECTION OF THIS BLOG AND NO OTHER BLOG. DO NOT EMAIL US. DO NOT ASK A QUESTION BY HITTING REPLY IF YOU ARE A SUBSCRIBER!!!! POST A COMMENT HERE ONLY.
Thanks, and we look forward to reading your questions! We’ll do the video next week and post it first week of October.