My inner trader uses the trading element of the Trend Model to look for changes in the direction of the main Trend Model sign. A bullish Trend Model indication that gets less bullish is a trading “sell” signal. Conversely, a bearish Trend Model sign that gets less bearish is a trading “buy” transmission. The history of real out-of-sample (not backtested) indicators of the trading model are shown by the arrows in the graph below. Past trading of the trading model has shown turnover rates of about 200% monthly. By a week out of respect to your paying clients The performance graph and model readings have been delayed.

Update timetable: I generally revise model readings on my site on weekends and tweet mid-week observations at @humblestudent. Clients will obtain email notices of any changes in my trading stock portfolio also. As the major market indices hit new all time highs, I’ve become cautious on the short-term perspective progressively.

This week’s Sentiment Survey special question asked AAII people what factors are most influencing their six-month view for stocks. Nearly three-quarters of respondents (73%) cited national politics, particularly Leader Donald Trump’s polices and what activities Congress might take. Tax reform was mentioned by many (20% of respondents), accompanied by regulatory reform and uncertainty over what legislation will be handed down actually.

Just under 23% of all respondents shown the ongoing rally and the prevailing stock valuations, with a number of these respondents expressing concerns about the level of valuations or a drop could be forthcoming. Monetary policy was cited by 8% of all respondents, accompanied by corporate earnings growth (7%) and investor sentiment (7%). Some respondents detailed several factors. Any changes in the path of fiscal or trade policy have the to create further market volatility.

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