Weekender Links

Market Review & Preview

Charts & Indicators




Sentiment Check
  • Bullish sentiment drops to lows of the year (Bespoke)
  • Investors ride the bull, but keep a hand on their wallets (Russell Fry)
  • An unusual development on the sentiment front (Jason Goepfert)
  • Portfolio allocations of the top wealth managers (Josh Brown)
  • The mystery of the vanishing stock trader (Globe & Mail)
  • Don’t count on retail investors to save the market (Peter Atwater)
  • Emerging markets attract nearly 90% of new equity ETF inflows (Barron’s)
  • Nearly half of Americans still say the economy is in either a recession or a depression (Gallup)
  • Insiders as bearish now as last April (Mark Hulbert)
  • CFOs foresee an improving economy (CFO)






“If your trading isn’t going the way you want it to, change what you are doing. If something doesn’t work, do something else. Almost anything else will get you different results. Maybe you need to change something about your trading system (your exits or your position sizing strategy). Or maybe you need to change how you approach your life in general. Life is a process. There is no success or failure – only feedback. You’ve been getting feedback about what you’ve been doing for a long time. How have you been responding to it so far? Have you been making up a lot of excuses? Are you more interested in being right than making progress toward your goals? Are you willing to change now? It’s never too late. You’re never too old. Just imagine that you are responsible for everything that has happened to you up to now in your life. That’s part of responsibility that I’ve talked and written about so many times. And when you finally decide that you are responsible for your own life – for what has happened in the past – you will find that you get an immense rush of freedom. You can decide right now what you want, and you are in charge of making it happen. Today is always the first day of the rest of your life, so begin now.” – Van Tharp



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