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Utilities: Buy now or wait?

  One of my readers asked me if I thought it was a good idea to play the utilities sector, […]

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Berkshire: underperforming like a mutual fund

  Back in the late 1990’s, Warren Buffett demonstrated his market genius by snubbing the must-own stocks of the dot-com […]

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Long bonds: a contrarian play

  “When everyone thinks alike, everyone is likely to be wrong” This is one of my favorite quotes on contrarian […]

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Market chop may signal trend change

  Last Thursday’s blog contained a reprint of a commentary made by seasonal expert Brooke Thackray ( The essence of […]

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Sell in May or Stay in May?

  My friend Brooke Thackray recently covered the probabilities of a traditionally weaker market during this year’s “Worst Six Months” […]

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Too many happy faces

I’ve been pounding the table lately about the increased level of investor complacency as the bull market has charged ahead. […]

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Risk on, risk off

The 2 charts above are those of the consumer staples sector and the utilities sector. These are just 2 of […]

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Market risk neutral… for now

  Regular readers of this blog will recognise my “Bearometer”, which is a compilation of 6 indicators that I watch […]

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Charts you should be watching

  This week, I will post a few charts that caught my eye over my weekend of perusing various securities. […]

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Potential opportunity for contrarian investors

Emerging markets have been moving within a very large symmetrical triangle since 2011. The top of the triangle lies somewhere […]

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