Buying the Dip In Apple? You’re A Market Timer

04 August 2015 at 11:20 am by Gary Gordon

One of the media’s biggest financial stories this week involves the curious fall of Apple (AAPL). Specifically, the largest company in the world by market capitalization has entered correction territory – a 10%-plus fall from a high-water mark. Not surprisingly, few analysts¬†have soured on shares of the culture changer. Even fewer are discussing the technical [...] Continue Reading...


August 2, 2015 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

02 August 2015 at 8:00 am by Staff

ETFs & Market Breadth, Industrials ETFs, Materials ETFs, Foreign ETFs, Healthcare ETFs, Technology ETFs, Biotech ETFs, ETFs & the Fed, High Yield Bond ETFs, Treasury Bond ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 8-2-2015 Continue Reading...


5 Reasons To Lower Your Allocation To Riskier Assets

30 July 2015 at 3:26 pm by Gary Gordon

For months, I have been discussing the likely implications of deteriorating market breadth. For instance, fewer and fewer components are holding up the Dow, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ. Only a small number of industry sectors are keeping the popular benchmarks in the plus column. Similarly, half of the stocks in the S&P 500 currently [...] Continue Reading...


Remember July 2011? The Stock Market’s Advance-Decline (A/D) Line Remembers

28 July 2015 at 11:34 am by Gary Gordon

According to Bloomberg data, the modest year-to-date increase in the S&P 500 is attributable to health care and retail alone. Worse yet, the two industry segments trade at a 20% premium to the market at large. Paying a premium for growth is one thing. Chasing a handful of momentum stocks is another. Brokerage firm Jones Trading [...] Continue Reading...


July 26, 2015 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

26 July 2015 at 8:00 am by Staff

Foreign vs. Domestic ETFs, ETFs & Defensive Investment Strategies, Stock Valuations & ETFs, Large Cap Stock ETFs, Small Cap Stock ETFs, ETFs & Market Breadth Click here to listen to the show: 7-26-2015 Continue Reading...


Why Investors Should Not Party Like It’s 1999

23 July 2015 at 11:44 am by Gary Gordon

Tens of thousands of investors read my commentary at popular financial portals. Some have been reading my articles for more than a decade. Others might have clicked on a social media “follow” link in the last month or the last last year. Ironically, few realize that I originally developed a front-n-center persona on national talk [...] Continue Reading...


Allocation Advice For The Do-It-Yourself Investor

21 July 2015 at 11:13 am by Gary Gordon

At the tail end of 2014, individual investors as well as financial web site editors asked me for predictions on a variety of assets heading into 2015. I answered as many folks as I could. I suggested that foreign developed stocks via iShares Currency Hedged EAFE (HEFA) or Vanguard Europe Pacific (VEA) would likely outperform U.S. [...] Continue Reading...


July 19, 2015 – ETF Expert Radio Podcast

19 July 2015 at 8:00 am by Staff

ETFs & Central Bank Manipulation, China ETFs, Europe ETFs, Industrials ETFs, ETFS & the US Economy, Bond ETFs, Interest Rates & ETFs Click here to listen to the show: 7-19-2015 Continue Reading...


Economic Lethargy Continues To Bankroll The U.S. Stock Bull

16 July 2015 at 1:45 pm by Gary Gordon

Over the past century, the U.S. stock market typically turned down prior to the onset of a recession. You did not need to predict economic contraction; rather, you monitored the Dow and the S&P 500 because the benchmarks acted like leading indicators of bad times ahead. (Investors checked the market internals to get a sense [...] Continue Reading...


What’s So Bad About Kicking The Container Down The Road?

14 July 2015 at 11:41 am by Gary Gordon

Every central banker and monetary authority understands economics. Each recognizes that debt-centric spending, interest rate repression and eye-popping additions to total government obligations will not sidestep inevitable defaults and/or worthless currencies in the future. So why has every influential central bank on the world stage – Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan, People’s Bank of China, [...] Continue Reading...


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