AlphaDow Barometer Lite -- RAISE CASH ON TRADING BASIS. JUNK BONDS DIVERGING

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The Call For The Week of July 28th:

NYSE A/D LINE DIVERGING WITH S&P 500. CREDIT SPREADS DETERIORATING. 65 MONTHS SINCE '09 BOTTOM = TAKE PROFITS.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost ground last week while the TSX gained on rising commodities and expectations for better earnings. Gold stocks rallied in the face of a rising U.S. dollar as geopolitical risks flared up again. Small cap stocks are diverging negatively as we enter the summer doldrums. Raising cash on a trading basis seems prudent.

Long: SPY, EWC, EFA, AGG

A Dow Theory bullish signal has been re-confirmed several times since the original BUY at 13,649.70 on 12/31/13. The Dow Theory is a form of technical analysis that relies on detecting trends in the stock market to determine an investment strategy. The detection of these trends may be interpreted differently by different analysts and the opinions expressed on this website may not be shared by other individuals who apply the same principles of The Dow Theory. Past performance is not an indication of future returns. It should not be assumed that any recommendations made will be profitable or without the risk of loss or will equal the performance of the benchmark portfolio. All investments involve the potential loss of capital.

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1. AlphaDow -- a five point plan. 5=BUY 2=Sell. Use SPY or the strongest (Alpha) ETFs.

Bullish when 5 out of 5 are true (+1):

$SPX is trending up (trend is up)

Advance/Decline Line is trending up (buying power)

$TRAN is trending up (Dow Theory confirmation)

Utility Average MA rises (interest rate sensitive)

Bonds are trending up (interest rates are low)


74% winning trades (13/18) since 1970. Beats buy and hold by 300% with less volatility. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. This is not investment advice, but is for educational purposes only. Consult your investment advisor for additional information regarding suitability, fees, expenses and short term trading costs.

2. AlphaDow on TSX -- 'Canadian Dow Theory' -- send feedback for strongest (Alpha) ETFs plus sto

Bullish when 5 out of 5 are true (+1). Stay invested until 3 turn false (0).

$TSX is trending up (trend is up)

Advance/Decline Line is trending up (buying power)

$TRAN is trending up (Dow Theory confirmation)

Utility Average MA rises (interest sensitive)

Bonds are trending up (interest rates are low)

67% winning trades since 2000 (2/3) beats buy and hold by 87%.


Past performance is no guarantee of future results. This is not investment advice, but is for educational purposes only. Consult your investment advisor for additional information regarding suitability, fees, expenses and short term trading costs.

3. AlphaGold - 1 chart 3 Indicators for Gold (GLD or GDX).

Bullish when all three systems are on a BUY. Score +1 for each of the following TRUE statements:

1. US Dollar Index < 12 wk EMA
2. Oil > 12 wk EMA
3. Dow > 48wk EMA

Buy Gold (GLD) if score is 3 (all three TRUE). Stay invested (long GLD or GDX) until 2 turn false (0).

14.8% CAGR with 13.8% max drawdown 1954-1995. *Source: Wall Street Journal - Divining Gold's Next Move 2006

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. This is not investment advice, but is for educational purposes only. Consult your investment advisor for additional information regarding suitability, fees, expenses and short term trading costs.

4. Canadian Equity 25% position

Stop loss at 100d MA

5. US Equity 25% Position

Stop loss at 100d MA

6. EEM - 25% Position

Stop loss at 100d MA

7. Bonds (Safety) 25% -- hold for income. Stop loss at 100d MA.

Stop loss at 100d MA

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