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Wednesday, Jan 911:29 AM"Wake up Mr. Risk at 1328," writes State Street's "Mr. Risk" Fred Goodwin, calling 2013 "the year to be long volatility." Last year at this time, investors were focused on risks and assets were priced to match. Not now though, he says, expecting too much fiscal tightening in the U.S. and a re-emergence of the EU debt crisis. |Wednesday, Jan 911:29 AM| 3 Comments
Tuesday, Dec 182012, 12:51 PMMore on the BAML fund manager survey: The tailwind of low equity exposure is over, with hedge funds taking their long stock bets to the highest level since August 2006. More: Just 12% of fund managers are overweight cash, the lowest level in 9 months. A net 11% see improving corporate profits next year, a 22 point swing from October, when 11% saw declines ahead. (PR) |Tuesday, Dec 182012, 12:51 PM| 4 Comments
Monday, Dec 172012, 10:55 AMMore from Tepper: Pure trader, Tepper (video clips here) keeps things simple - we have an okay economy and the Fed promising to print $1T/year for at least the next 2 years. What else do you need? Unnoticed by much of the media (not here) is another central bank put - Mario Draghi has a rate cut already pocketed and ready to use when needed. "We could have Prince" (party like 1999). |Monday, Dec 172012, 10:55 AM| 3 Comments
Monday, Dec 172012, 8:36 AMDavid Tepper - who famously called the big post-QE2 bull market - is back on CNBC and very bullish again. The market has just a small bit of downside risk from these levels, he says, but a return to market multiples not seen since the 90s is the upside. All that's needed for ignition is a deal out of D.C. |Monday, Dec 172012, 8:36 AM| 12 Comments
Friday, Dec 142012, 8:24 AMA stock market top may be near, says Mark Hulbert, taking some Ned Davis research and probably running a bit too far with it. Data show Financials and Utilities typically lag the S&P in the months leading to a top, while Discretionary and Staples outperform. In the last 3 months, 3 out of 4 of these conditions have been met. The data is barely conclusive when 4 out of 4 match. Three out of 4? |Friday, Dec 142012, 8:24 AM| Comment!
Thursday, Dec 132012, 9:08 AMThe envelope please ... The winner of the ETP of the year is Invesco's PowerShares S&P 500 Low Volatility Portfolio (SPLV). The trend-setting product has generated a good deal of alpha - total return of 18.3% since May 2011 inception vs. S&P of 9.9% - by holding the lowest volatility stocks. It now has more than $3B in AUM. |Thursday, Dec 132012, 9:08 AM| 1 Comment
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Tuesday, Dec 42012, 8:16 AMBased simply on recent PMI levels, Western stock markets are 15-35% overvalued, says Deutsche Bank, which believes the Fed's QE∞ and the ECB's OMT have allowed equities a 6-month grace period. If early 2013 economic prints don't start to improve, look for stock markets to give up and adjust downward. |Tuesday, Dec 42012, 8:16 AM| 6 Comments
Monday, Dec 32012, 7:29 AMNot surprising given the firm's 1575 target for the S&P 500 next year, Goldman's Global Strategy Team upgrades U.S. equities to Overweight for the next 3 months. Global growth is "a hump to get over, then a clear road ahead," is #1 among the Top 10 themes for 2013. |Monday, Dec 32012, 7:29 AM| 6 Comments
Thursday, Nov 292012, 8:09 AMGoldman Sachs details its 1575 price target on the S&P 500 in 2013: Expecting better growth than most, the firm likes cyclical over defensive sectors, and tech over staples, telecom, and health care. A "grand bargain" in D.C. along the lines of Simpson-Bowles "would spark a PE multiple expansion and a higher target." |Thursday, Nov 292012, 8:09 AM| 3 Comments
Wednesday, Nov 282012, 8:57 AMConsumer confidence tells us more about how the stock market has already performed than it does about the future," writes Mark Hulbert, reminding the gauge (yesterday's big print) has a great record as a lagging indicator. If anything, he says, strong readings tend to be correlated with negative stock performance going forward. |Wednesday, Nov 282012, 8:57 AM| 1 Comment
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Monday, Nov 262012, 3:52 PMStocks are not cheap, writes John Hussman, warning of the Street being "lulled into complacency" by record profit margins, and by comparison to the valuations during the late-90s bubble. Tossing both aside, he finds the S&P 40-70% above valuation norms, roughly the same level as reached at the beginning of the 1965 secular bear market. (see also) |Monday, Nov 262012, 3:52 PM| 3 Comments
Wednesday, Nov 212012, 1:42 PMA bit of perspective on the mildness of the recent pullback, CJ Mendes provides a graph of the percentage of NYSE stocks 2 standard deviations below their 200-day moving average. It's at the high end of the range, but not at an extreme, nor anywhere close to the levels reached during last fall's great buying opportunity. |Wednesday, Nov 212012, 1:42 PM| 4 Comments
Wednesday, Nov 212012, 9:03 AMThe Vickers insider sell:buy ratio falls below 2:1 for just the 4th time since March 2009, writes Mark Hulbert, who notes it neared 7:1 at about the time of the market peak 2 months ago. The other 3 occasions, the ratio fell below 2:1, a significant bottom in the market was near. |Wednesday, Nov 212012, 9:03 AM| 3 Comments
Monday, Nov 192012, 7:20 AMGoldman's David Kostin sticks to his 1250 year-end target for the S&P, saying those hoping for a quick resolution to the fiscal cliff are dreaming. With the capital gains tax set to rise 830 basis points to 23.8%, Kostin says the selling will continue in December if past experience with tax hikes of this size is any guide. |Monday, Nov 192012, 7:20 AM| 3 Comments