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Our research and experimentation with trend following investment approaches covering over 25 years confirmed consistently superior returns through all market phases.
Our research and experimentation with trend following investment approaches covering over 25 years confirmed consistently superior returns through all market phases.

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From our ETF trading service ETFTide - Homebuilders(XHB) continued their recent pullback with a -3.83% weekly decline. That drop held back our ETFTide portfolio for the week, which dipped -0.48% compared to a -0.03% result for the broad market S&P 500. The remainder of the portfolio was mixed with biotech(IBB) up +0.72% and large banks(KBE) higher by +1.46% while insurance(KIE) and broader financials(XLF) slipped -0.30% and -0.43% respectively.
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Have a great afternoon.....
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Weekly update #3 from Timingcube – Hefty declines in the Japanese Nikkei average pressured stocks early both Thursday and Friday. Both times, buyers took the opportunity to get lower prices, reversing the declines and leave stock indexes unharmed. That resiliance left the S&P 500 (SPY) spy with a 0.04% tally on the week while the Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) qqq bounced back from the prior week's decline to post a +1.05% return. The Russell 2000 (IWM) iwm small-cap index rested with a -0.18% week. Our World Portfolio dipped -0.74% under pressure from Japan's almost -5% weekly decline. (www.TimingCube.com/facebook)

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Weekly update #2 from Timingcube – A poor U.S. treasury auction pressured bonds lifting rates for the 10-year back above 2.5%. Homebuilders were notable in their weakness with the group's big names suffering heavy losses throughout the week. The recent tick higher in mortgage rates has slowed new home buyer traffic significantly, noted some of the larger builders in their earnings calls. The Nasdaq Composite found strength Thursday from the stalwart biotech sector along with internet. Investors approved of earnings reports from Facebook (FB), Biogen (BIIB), and Qualcomm (QCOM). Thursday found all stock indexes in the green with the Nasdaq Composite up almost 3/4 of 1%. Early weakness in stocks Friday morning brought in buyers throughout the day to leave the market at breakeven.- (www.TimingCube.com/facebook)

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Weekly update #1 from TimingCube – Stocks spent much of the week running in place, consolidating the heady advances logged earlier in the month. Earnings flowed heavier this week with decent profits but lagging revenue from the likes of United Technologies (UTX), Altria (MO), and DuPont (DD) early in the week. Stocks closed just above breakeven Monday in quiet trade and mixed in Tuesday's effort with notable weakness from tech stocks. Apple (AAPL) topped expectations Tuesday night to reverse the fortunes of the Nasdaq Composite ^ixic and push it higher early Wednesday. But investors continued to sell into any strength to keep the index flat for the day while the other indicies closed with slight losses. - (www.TimingCube.com/facebook)

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TGIF, have a great weekend everyone!
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From our individual stock service, TradeGuru - Our GuruFolios held steady this week posting gains of +0.2% and +1.5% for Folios A and B. Despite a strong week for energy shares generally, our energy positions offered little help this week. Conversely, our tech stocks acted well while the broader tech indexes did not. Rolling into the third week of this four-week period, our GuruFolios hold nice gains and are comfortably ahead of the broad market thus far. (www.tradeguru.com/facebook/)

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From our ETF trading service ETFTide - Our ETFTide portfolio continued its recent string of outperformance rising +0.99% while the broad market lifted +0.71%. Large-cap banks(KBE) led the way with a +2.73% gain while the similar broad financial ETF(XLF) added +1.87%. Biotech(IBB) offered a +1.02% move to help out. Homebuilders(XHB) lagged with a -1.16% drop.
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