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Upside Target Met In PHLX Semiconductor (SOX) Index

The PHLX Semiconductor (SOX) Index met our 1214.00 upside target today, first mentioned in our August 31st Asbury Alert entitled Semiconductors Resuming Their 2016 Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a 99.69 point, 9% advance in a little less than 6 weeks.

SOX outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 5.6% during this same period.

In addition, our 164.00 upside target in the iShares PHLX Semiconductor Index ETF (SOXX), first mentioned in the September 5th Keys To This Week (access requires subscription), was also met today to capture a 9% advance in about 5 weeks.

These targets were also mentioned in John Kosar’s September 7th article for Forbes, entitled The Key To Avoiding A Fall Stock Market Correction.

Note that price targets being met do not necessarily mean that the directional move is over — only that our initial expectations have been met.

Here is the chart that appeared in our August 31st report.

SOX Index: April 2017 to August 31st

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

SOXX ETF: April 2017 to October 11th

 

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 VeriSign, Inc. (VRSN)

VeriSign, Inc. (VRSN) met our $110.00 per share upside target today, first mentioned in our April 5th Asbury Alert entitled VeriSign, Inc. (VRSN) Resuming 2009 Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a $21.27 per share, 24.0% advance in a little over 6 months.

XLI outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 15.7% during this same period.

Note that price targets being met do not necessarily mean that the directional move is over — only that our initial expectations have been met.

Here is the chart that appeared in our April 5th report.

VRSN Weekly: 2015 to April 5th

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

VRSN Weekly: 2015 to October 9th

 

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 Carmax Inc. (KMX)

CarMax Inc. (KMX) met our $77.00 per share upside target this morning, first mentioned in our August 30th Asbury Alert entitled Carmax Inc. (KMX) Resuming Its Late 2016 Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a $11.90 per share, 18.3% advance in just over one month.

XLI outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 12.8% during the same period.

Note that price targets being met do not necessarily mean that the directional move is over — only that our initial expectations have been met.

Here is the chart that appeared in our August 30th report.

KMX: October 2016 to August 30th

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

KMX: October 2016 to October 3rd

 

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.


Asbury’s Stock & ETF Ideas: Quarterly Performance Update

In addition to our top-down, macro analysis of the US financial landscape, in August 2016 we began providing subscribers with specific trading ideas in individual stocks and ETFs including entry price, target price, stop loss level, and corresponding risk/reward parameters.

Since then, through September 29th 2017, we have closed out 61 trade ideas, which is approximately 1 new idea per week.

The tables below show the details of these 61 trading ideas along with some performance-related information.

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Click the table to enlarge

Performance Highlights:

  • Our 61 trading ideas were profitable 64% of the time.
  • The initial risk on any individual trading idea was never more than 5%.
  • The average percent gain on profitable ideas (8.9%) was more than double the average percent loss (4.1%) on unprofitable ideas.
  • on average, each of the 61 ideas listed above outperformed the S&P 500 by 2.0%.

Our stock selection model first identifies stocks and ETFs that are in the midst of a period of 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.

Investing in financial assets is a risky endeavor and past performance does not guarantee future results.


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.

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 SPDR Industrial Sector ETF (XLI)

The SPDR Industrial Sector ETF (XLI) met our $70.30 per share upside target today, first mentioned in our August 25th Asbury Alert entitled Industrial Sector SPDR (XLI) Poised To Resume Its 2016 Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a $2.68 per share, 4% advance in a little less than a month.

XLI outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 1.5% during the same period.

Note that price targets being met do not necessarily mean that the directional move is over — only that our initial expectations have been met.

Here is the chart that appeared in our August 25th report.

XLI: December 2016 to August 25th

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

XLI: December 2016 to September 20th

 

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.


Asbury’s Stock & ETF Ideas: Our Last 15 Trades

In addition to our top-down, macro analysis of the US financial landscape, we also provide subscribers with specific trading ideas in a diversified list of 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 15 most recent closed out trading ideas, through September 18th 2017, along with some performance-related information.

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In addition, we currently have 9 open (still active) trade ideas which:

  • show an average open trade profit of +2.7%,
  • have an average risk of just 0.5%,
  • have an average risk/reward ratio of 1:5.5 (risking $1.00 to make $5.50).

These are available to subscribers via our Research Center.


Our stock selection model first identifies stocks and ETFs that are in the midst of a pause 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 investors should understand 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.

Interested investors can see a detailed breakdown of our individual stock and ETF ideas over the past year by Clicking Here.

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.


Closing Out Our Long Idea In AbbVie Inc. (ABBV) Today

Pharmaceutical stock AbbVie Inc. (ABBV) declined to $88.15 today, triggering our sell stop to close out our long idea, first mentioned in an August 7th Asbury Alert entitled AbbVie Inc. (ABBV) Resuming Its 2017 Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a 24% gain in 29 business days.  ABBV came within $1.31 or 1.5% of reaching our $91.00 target as stated in our August 7th report.

ABBV outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 22.7% during this same period.

Editor’s Note:  Our price target being met does not necessarily mean that the directional move is over, only that our initial expectations have been reached.

Here is the chart that appeared in our August 7th report.

ABBV daily: January 2017 through August 7th

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

ABBV daily: January 2017 to September 15th

 

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 SPDR Long Term Treasury ETF (TLO)

The SPDR Bloomberg Barclays Long Term Treasury ETF (TLO) met our $74.50 per share upside target today, first mentioned in our August 14th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription), to capture a $1.92 per share, 3% advance in about 3 weeks.

TLO outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 2.6% during the same period.

Note that price targets being met do not necessarily mean that the directional move is over — only that our initial expectations have been met.

Here is the chart that appeared in our April 14th report.

TLO: January 2017 through August 11th

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

TLO: January 2017 to September 7th

 

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.


Asbury’s Stock & ETF Ideas: 1 Year Performance Update

In addition to our top-down, macro analysis of the US financial landscape, back in August 2016 we began providing subscribers with specific trading ideas in individual stocks and ETFs including entry price, target price, stop loss level, and corresponding risk/reward parameters.

Our first idea was initiated on August 8th 2016 in the iShares Timber & Forestry ETF (WOOD, trade #7 in the table below), which was closed out on November 22nd for an 8% gain.  Since then and through August 17th 2017 we have closed out 55 trade ideas, which is approximately 1 new idea per week.

The tables below show the details of these 55 trading ideas along with some performance-related information.

Click the table to enlarge

Click the table to enlarge

1 Year Highlights:

  • Our ideas were profitable 67% of the time.
  • The average initial risk on any one idea was less than 5%.
  • The average percent gain on profitable ideas (8.6%) was almost double the average percent loss (4.4%) on unprofitable ideas.
  • on average, each of the 55 ideas listed above outperformed the S&P 500 by 2.0%.

Our stock selection model first identifies stocks and ETFs that are in the midst of a pause (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.

Investing in financial assets is a risky endeavor and past performance does not guarantee future results.


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.

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 Northrop Grumman (NOC)

Northrop Grumman (NOC) met our $273.00.00 per share upside target today, which was first mentioned in our April 24th report entitled Northrop Grumman (NOC) Resuming Its 2016 Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a $23.87 per share, 10% advance in about 3 1/2 months.

NOC outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 5.7% during the same period.

Here is the chart that appeared in our April 24th report.

NOC : 2016 t0 April 24th 2017

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

NOC : 2016 to August 9th 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.


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