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Upside Target Met In Rockwell Collins (COL)

Rockwell Collins (COL) essentially met our $112.00.00 per share upside target, which was first mentioned in our December 2nd 2016 report entitled Rockwell Collins (COL) Resuming Its 2011 Advance? (access requires subscription), by trading as high as $111.11 per share on July 14th before backing off of that level since then.  The stock declined into our $109.01 stop this morning to capture a $13.84 per share, 15% advance in a little over 7 months.

COL outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 1.8% during the same period.

Here is the chart that appeared in our December 2nd report.

COL: 2014 through December 1 2016

Here is the updated version of that chart through this morning.

COL: 2014 to July 21 2017

 

We publish these notifications for 3 reasons:

  1. to let Asbury Research subscribers know when to consider taking profits on existing positions,
  2. to let non-subscribers track what we are doing in the market, in real time, and
  3. to make everyone aware of a potential upcoming price reversal as price advances often end as upside targets are met and more savvy investors take profits.

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view our latest research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, as well as a table with our current picks in US stocks, ETFs, and global indexes, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

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Upside Target Met In SPDR KBW Insurance ETF (KIE)

The SPDR KBW Insurance ETF (KIE) met our $90.00 per share upside today, which was first mentioned in our June 5th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription), to capture a $3.33 per share, 4% advance in 6 weeks.

During the same period the S&P 500 rose by 1.8%, resulting in 2.2% of relative outperformance by KIE.

Here is the updated version of the chart that appeared in our June 5th report.

KIE: November 2016 to June 20th, 2017


We publish these notifications for 3 reasons:

  1. to let Asbury Research subscribers know when to consider taking profits on existing positions,
  2. to let non-subscribers track what we are doing in the market, in real time, and
  3. to make everyone aware of a potential upcoming price reversal as price advances often end as upside targets are met and more savvy investors take profits.

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view our latest research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, as well as a table with our current picks in US stocks, ETFs, and global indexes, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

To non-subscribers:  Request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


Upside Target Met In The iShares Emerging Markets ETF (EEM)

The iShares Emerging Markets ETF (EEM) met our 43.00 upside target this morning, which was first mentioned in our research (access requires subscription) on January 27th 2017,  to capture a $5.53 per share, 15% advance in a little less than 6 months.

Here is the updated weekly chart since 2015, which shows the initial July 2016 bullish breakout in EEM and also the 15% gain since late January.

EEM weekly: January 2015 through July 14th 2017

Our interest in EEM was, and still is, due to its positive correlation to the S&P 500 (SPX), which has been 0.79 over the past 6 months.

 

We publish these notifications for 3 reasons:

  1. to let Asbury Research subscribers know when to consider taking profits on existing positions,
  2. to let non-subscribers track what we are doing in the market, in real time, and
  3. to make everyone aware of a potential upcoming price reversal as price advances often end as upside targets are met and more savvy investors take profits.

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view our latest research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, as well as a table with our current picks in US stocks, ETFs, and global indexes, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

To non-subscribers:  Request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


Upside Target Met In The Dow Transports (DJTA)

The Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJTA) met our 9700 upside target on Friday July 7th, which was first mentioned in our October 2016 Monthly Investment Compass (access requires subscription), to capture a 21% advance in a little less than 9 months.

Here is the chart from our October 2016 report.

DJTA daily: 2015 through October 19th 2016

Here is the updated version of that chart as of the end of trading on Friday July 7th.

DJTA daily: 2015 through July 7th 2017

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view our latest research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, as well as a table with our current picks in US stocks, ETFs, and global indexes, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

To non-subscribers:  Request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


Asbury’s Stock & ETF Ideas: Q2 2017 Performance Update

In addition to our top-down, macro analysis of the US financial landscape, we also provide subscribers with specific trading ideas in individual stocks and ETFs that include entry price, target price, stop loss level, and corresponding risk/reward parameters.

The following table displays and breaks down our 40 most recent closed out trading ideas, through Q2 2017, along with some performance-related information.

Click the table to enlarge.

* Average Per Trade Relative Performance vs S&P 500 is the average relative outperformance of each individual trade versus the S&P 500 during the period that the trade was in effect. Specifically, on average, each of the 40 trades listed above outperformed the S&P 500 by 1.8%.

In addition, through Q2 2017, we currently have 11 open (still active) trade ideas which:

  • have an average open trade profit of 5.0%,
  • have an average risk/reward ratio of 1:4.7 (risking $1.00 to make $4.70), and
  • would show an average profit of 2.3% per idea if all 11 were stopped out.

These are available to subscribers via our Research Center.


Our model first identifies stocks and ETFs that are in the midst of a pause (indicating investor indecision) within an established price trend, then attempts to buy the resumption of that trend at a price and time when the risk/reward parameters are the most favorable.

Our methodology is designed to produce:

  1. a high percentage of winning trades,
  2. significantly larger winning trades than losing trades, and
  3. an initial risk of 5% or less on any individual idea, all as shown by the small black table above.

Finally, all investors should know that investing in financial assets is a risky endeavor and that past performance does not guarantee future results.


Asbury Research subscribers can view our current stock and ETF ideas by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Non-subscribers can request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


Upside Target Met In the iShares New Zealand ETF (ENZL)

The iShares MSCI New Zealand Investable Market Fund (ENZL) traded as high as $47.00 per share this morning, meeting our upside target first mentioned in our May 26th Asbury Alert entitled Emerging Major Trend Change In New Zealand Index (ENZL), to capture a 7% gain in about 5 weeks.

During the same period ENZL also outperformed the S&P 500 by 4.1%.

Here is the chart from our May 26th report.

ENZL daily: October 1st 2016 through May 25th

Here is the updated version of that chart as of this morning.

ENZL daily: October 1st 2016 to July 3rd

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view our current research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, as well as a table that includes our current and recent stock and ETF picks like ENZL, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our 35 most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

To non-subscribers:  Request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


How We Anticipated Last Week’s Spike In Oil Prices

The graphic below is Page 8 of 9 from our June 22nd Investor Sentiment & Asset Flows Tracker (access requires subscription), which “follows the money” in US financial markets.

Extremes in investor positioning typically lead reversals in financial asset prices, and this is a good example of that.

From Asbury Research’s June 22nd Investor Sentiment & Asset Flows Tracker

Our monthly Investor Sentiment & Asset Flows Tracker report displays and analyzes a broad list of investor asset flow- and survey-based measures of both professional and retail investor sentiment, and discusses their directional implications for the US financial markets based on previous historical market reaction to similar conditions.

This page from that report points out that crude oil investors were at a pessimistic extreme on oil prices that, as a contrary indicator, has historically preceded significant price reversals.  West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices actually bottomed the day before our report was distributed to subscribers, at $42.05 per barrel on June 21st, before spiking higher by $4.19 per barrel or 10% over the next 6 trading sessions, following a 26.4% collapse since the beginning of the year. 

And there appears to be room for even more upside.

By the way, these same metrics work equally well for the stock market, market sectors and industry groups, interest rates, and commodities — all which are included in the pages of our report.

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view the entire June 22nd Investor Sentiment & Asset Flows Tracker report, as well as our current research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, and a table that includes our current and recent stock and ETF picks, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our 35 most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

To non-subscribers:  Request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


Upside Target Met In the SPDR Biotech ETF (XBI)

The SPDR S&P Biotech ETF (XBI) traded as high as $80.89 per share on Monday June 26th, essentially meeting our $81.00 upside target first mentioned in our May 1st Keys To This Week report, to capture a 14% gain in a little less than 2 months.

For perspective, during the same period the S&P 500 rose by just 1%.

Here is the chart from our May 1st report.

XBI daily: October 2015 through April 28th

Here is the updated version of that chart through the close today.

XBI daily: October 2015 through June 27th

 

Asbury Research subscribers can view our current research on the US stock market, market sectors, US interest rates, ETFs and commodities, as well as a table that includes our current and recent stock and ETF picks like XBI, by logging into the Research Center via the big gold button in the upper right corner of the screen.

Subscribers and interested investors can view our 35 most recent closed out trade ideas by Clicking Here.

To non-subscribers:  Request more information about us, including service and pricing options, by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 888-960-0005.


John Kosar Presenting To The Dallas / Fort Worth CFA Society and MTA Chapters This Week

John Kosar, CMT will be visiting the Dallas / Fort Worth area this week to present his latest investment research to the local chapters of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society and Market Technicians Association (MTA) .

Topic:  Is The Trump Trade In Trouble?”

What:  Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society Dallas/Fort Worth
When: Wednesday, June 28th 2017, 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Where: The Crescent Club, 200 Crescent Club, Dallas 75201


What:   Market Technicians Association Dallas Chapter
When: Thursday, June 29th 7:30 to 9:00 AM
Where: The Fort Worth Club, 306 West 7th St., Forth Worth TX 76102

Click Here For John Kosar’s Upcoming 2017 Speaking Dates


Update: Asbury’s Stock and ETF Ideas

Our current trade ideas include:

COL ENZL MCO
NOC PHM PLD
SRE VRSN XHB
XLI XLV  

Through Friday June 24th:

  • the average open trade profit on these 11 ideas is 4.8%,
  • the average risk/reward ratio on these 11 ideas is 1:4.7 (risking $1.00 to make $4.70), and
  • if all 11 ideas were stopped out it would result in an average profit of 1.8% per idea,

This is achieving our goal of investing in a diversified portfolio of approximately 10 stocks with very limited collective risk and exponentially larger profit potential.

Asbury Research Subscribers can view our Stock and ETF Ideas table, which include entry price and date, stop loss level, profit target, and detailed risk/reward parameters, by logging into the Research Center.

This table is being provided for information purposes only. Past performance is not indicative of future results. No inferences or guarantees of profitability are being stated by Asbury Research LLC. The risk of loss trading in financial assets can be substantial. Therefore, you should therefore carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your financial condition.

Click Here for a larger list and breakdown of our closed trade ideas.

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