NFTRH 702, out now

The screenshot tells some of what’s in the report but fails to mention the heaping helping of precious metals and commodity/resource stocks also included. NFTRH 702, doing its job of ‘top-downing’ the macro in a quality manner, out now. For “best of breed” top down analysis of all major markets, subscribe to NFTRH Premium, which includes an in-depth weekly market report, detailed market updates and … Continue reading NFTRH 702, out now

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NFTRH 379 Out Now

From 2012 to 2014 we had robo-market, grinding upward as hedge funds, diversified asset allocaters, stock pickers and yours truly under performed a simple ‘set it and forget it’ (by buying the S&P 500) mindset.  Then came last year’s trendless topping situation when the majority of stocks declined but the S&P 500 hung around, keeping passive SPY holders still relatively comfy in their resolve. Now … Continue reading NFTRH 379 Out Now

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NFTRH; Multi-Market (US & Global Stocks, Precious Metals) Notes and Observations; FOMC Week

US Stocks Anecdotally and one by one, I see more and more sources out there getting bullish with the market’s advance.  We are hearing about ‘the cloud’ and the internet in general in glowing terms seemingly in justification of the recent blast upward in Alphabet/Google, Amazon and Microsoft.  Funny how we don’t hear as much anymore about the wonders of biotechnology.  Promotions don’t resonate when … Continue reading NFTRH; Multi-Market (US & Global Stocks, Precious Metals) Notes and Observations; FOMC Week

NFTRH 346 Out Now

Here is the note from the email to subscribers that accompanied the full report… “I thought is was time to bulk up a bit to a 30+ page report this week. We review some of the key indicators and try to clearly define the status of US and global stocks, precious metals, commodities, currencies and even interest rates. In fact, I think US long-term interest … Continue reading NFTRH 346 Out Now

NFTRH 331 Out Now

This week NFTRH moves further from the lunatic fringe and into conventional market analysis with lots of talk about relative global stock valuations, using P/E ratios and currency movements as the talking points. We also break down the latest Semiconductor Book-to-Bill and illustrate why the precious metals are still not ready. Also, there is a sentiment issue cropping up in US stock markets, even as … Continue reading NFTRH 331 Out Now