Weekly Commentary for June 6,2011
You’ve probably read (several times by now) my message that “when the charts change, we will change.”
Well *some* charts are starting to change. Some charts…but not all of ’em.
In the bigger picture, we need to keep in mind this is a bullishly constructed market. Make no mistake, we are nowhere near the conditions seen in summer 2008. Or even last summer, when the market backed up 15%.
So we’re not gonna panic, not gonna head for the hills.
As I wrote last week, if the markets had a downward (or a bearishly configured) look, we would not even stick around, we’d be sitting in cash and talking about the Mets.
Eh, ok, maybe the Yankees.
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We want to stay in the game. But – as individual charts begin to break down, we will let them go (we’ll sell).
And as we are selling, we are also raising cash, which tends to slow down the velocity/volatility in your account.
It’s the right thing to do.
Financial stocks and Wall Street stocks have been negative for nearly three months – and – there is no reason to sniff around at them. But that group makes up one of the largest chunks of the S&P 500, and is often a pretty large chunk of most large-cap mutual funds.
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