Category: Consideration Report

World Markets Stock Consideration Report – USA – 2019 June

The market over the past 30 days has been very much like riding a roller-coaster. You start and stop in the same place while experiencing a rather thrilling period in-between. The DOW moved over 1,000 points resulting in a 4% move if you measure the change between the high for the month, 25,877, to the low, 24,815. However, the change from this time last month, May and today, June, is less than 1% and only 189 points, less than a good 1 day move.

World Markets Stock Consideration Report – USA – 2019 April 24

Approximately, 24% of the market is in the combined SELL WATCH/SELL classification and 20% in the combined BUY WATCH/BUY classification. This is a much better, balanced condition, than what we experienced at the end of 2017 when 24% was solidly in the single SELL/Overvalued classification and only 11% in the single BUY/Undervalued classification.

World Markets – Stock Consideration Report – USA – 2019 Mid-February

There have been many changes in Consideration status as the market advanced this month. A revised Consideration Report has been published and is available on the site through the Client Services menu.

World Markets – Stock Consideration Report – USA 2019 February

Last year there was every sign of a market heading full tilt into overvaluation. Today, valuations are a better reflection of market conditions than either February a year ago, or December. Last year was full of high expectations and a never ending “synchronized global growth” melody, followed in December by a good rendition of “The Sky is Falling”. Today’s valuations are realistic

USA Stock Consideration Report – January 2019

The corrections that took place in the last quarter of 2018 moved the market from an overvalue tilt to an undervalue tilt and opportunity. Many of the stocks that were overvalued, classified as SELL/SELL WATCH moved back to reside within the fair value range. Thirteen percent moved out of SELL/SELL WATCH to HOLD. HOLD grew from 62% to 67%. Just as overvalued stocks moved back into fair value, fair value stocks fell into undervalue. Eight percent of the overall market moved into BUY/BUY WATCH classification.