• The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund (EEM) came within $0.16 of meeting our $37.50 target today, which was first mentioned in the August 1st Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription), to capture a 3% rise in the ETF in a little over a week. Here is the chart from that August 1st >>>

  • The VanEck Vectors Steel ETF (SLX) has traded as high as $32.82 today, essentially meeting our $33.00 target that was first mentioned in our July 12th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription) to capture a 7% rise in the ETF in a little less than a month. We actually first mentioned SLX as >>>

  • Click the video icon below for a 2 minute video overview of this week’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market, which was distributed to Asbury Research subscribers earlier this morning. Keys To This Week displays and discusses 10 key market factors that are most likely to influence the direction of the >>>

  • Diesel and natural gas engine designer, manufacturer and distributor Cummins, Inc. (CMI) met our $124.00 target today (July 27th) to capture a $10.30 per share, 9.1% gain in the 3 1/2 months since we initially discussed it as a long idea (access requires subscription) on April 13th. Asbury Research subscribers can view our current research on >>>

  • The SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF (XME) essentially met our $29.00 upside target today, by trading as high as $28.96 intraday, to capture a  17% advance in 3 weeks.  This idea and target were first displayed and discussed in our July 6th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription). Here is the chart >>>

  • Almost 7 weeks ago, on June 9th, John Kosar was participating in his latest interview by Jim Puplava of the popular Financial Sense website. During the interview our Chief Market Strategist John Kosar made a number of forecasts which are listed below, followed by how each of them have performed through today, July 26th.

    Click the linked title above to view Asbury Research’s 8 Summer Market Calls.

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    The following are 10 recent testimonials from Asbury Research subscribers, thanking us for what we do and telling us how and why we have made a positive difference in their business and in their investment decisions.

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  • Click the video icon below for a 2 minute video overview of this week’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market. Asbury Research subscribers also receive separate Keys To This Week reports for US market sectors, US interest rates, alternative investments/commodities/ETFs and the US Dollar. Keys To This Week displays and discusses >>>

  • Aerospace and defense company Raytheon Co. (RTN) met our $137.50 upside target today, which was initially mentioned in our May 10th Intermediate Term Outlook and most recently in the June 10th update of that report (access requires subscription), to capture a $5.54 per share, 4.2% gain in about 2 months. Asbury Research subscribers can view our >>>

  • In addition to the technical/quantitative macros analysis of the US financial landscape which includes the stock market, market sectors, interest rates, commodities and the US Dollar, we also provide our subscribers with specific buy and sell ideas in individual assets. 13 of our price targets on these ideas were met during the first half of 2016 and are listed in this update.

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  • Click the linked title above for a 2 minute video overview of this week’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market. Asbury Research subscribers also receive separate Keys To This Week reports for US market sectors, US interest rates, alternative investments/commodities/ETFs and the US Dollar.

    Keys To This Week displays and discusses 10 key market factors that are most likely to influence the direction of the US stock market over the next several weeks to several months.

  • The Utilities Sector SPDR ETF (XLU) met our $52.50 upside target today, first mentioned in our June 6th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription), to capture a $2.49 per share, 5% gain in just over 3 weeks.

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  • CMS Energy Corporation (CMS) met our $45.00 per share upside target today, initially mentioned in our June 3rd Intermediate Term Outlook: Global Asset Prices (access requires subscription), to capture a $2.18 per share, 5.1% gain in just over 3 weeks. Asbury Research subscribers can view our current research on the US stock market and market sectors, >>>

  • Today’s Research Excerpt includes a 2 minute video overview of this week’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market. Asbury Research subscribers also receive separate Keys To This Week reports for US market sectors, US interest rates, alternative investments/commodities/ETFs and the US Dollar.

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  • The UK Long Gilt, Britain’s equivalent to the US 10-Year Treasury Note which has a long, tight and stable positive statistical correlation to it, met our January 125.50 upside target on June 14th to capture a 4.1% gain in about 5 months. The also-positively-correlated iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) coincidentally gained $11.81 or 9.4% during the same period while the yield of the benchmark 10-Year Treasury Note declined by 46 basis points to as low as 1.57% on June 16th.

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  • Click the linked title above to listen to John’s Kosar’s Thursday June 9th interview with Jim Puplava of the popular Financial Sense website.

    im welcomes back John Kosar CMT, Chief Investment Strategist at Asbury Research LLC. In the S&P 500 Index, John sees it as up against resistance and is looking for a pullback before it advances through resistance levels. On a global basis, John points out strength this year in base metals, energy, and agriculture, and believes this is indicating early signs of global growth and the lessening of global deflation fears. As to gold, John sees this as the early phase of a major bull market, but the positioning of smart money traders are telling him gold is currently overvalued, and it’s not the time to jump in. In oil, the charts show positive momentum, and John believes oil moves higher from here.

  • In the May 16th Keys To This Week (access requires subscription) we first pointed out that the PowerShares DB Agriculture Fund (DBA) appeared to be resuming its February advance.  A week later, in our May 23rd report, we said that, despite a failed chart pattern in DBA, the recent sustained move above its 200-day moving average >>>

  • Click the linked title above for a 3 minute video overview of this week’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market. Asbury Research subscribers also receive separate Keys To This Week reports for US market sectors, US interest rates, alternative investments/commodities/ETFs and the US Dollar.

    Keys To This Week displays and discusses 10 key market factors that are most likely to influence the direction of the US stock market over the next several weeks to several months.

  • The following is a brief excerpt from this morning’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market. Asbury Research subscribers also receive separate Keys To This Week reports for US market sectors, US interest rates, alternative investments/commodities/ETFs and the US Dollar.

    Keys To This Week displays and discusses 10 key market factors that are most likely to influence the direction of the US stock market over the next several weeks to several months.

    Click the linked title above to view this Research Excerpt.

  • The following is a brief excerpt from this morning’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market.  Asbury Research subscribers also receive separate Keys To This Week reports for US market sectors, US interest rates, alternative investments/commodities/ETFs and the US Dollar. Keys To This Week displays and discusses 10 key market factors that >>>

  • The table and chart below below display updated performance data through March 2016 for our Correction Protection Model (CPM). Purpose & Key Features: Defensive, quantitatively-driven model that protects investors against market declines without sacrificing long term performance under a variety of market conditions while reducing volatility of returns. Back-Tested Returns (excluding dividends) Back-tested since the >>>

  • The chart shows that the S&P 500 did in fact peak during the week of April 18th, on April 20th at 2,111, and has already declined by 64 points or 3% into today’s 2,047 low.

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  • Proactive Advisor Magazine Active investment management’s weekly magazine Read John Kosar’s new article, entitled “A Repeatable Process: The Only Thing We Can Control”, published in the latest issue of Proactive Investor Magazine, by clicking either the linked title earlier in this sentence or the graphic below. A Repeatable Process: The Only Thing We Can Control >>>

  • US Dollar/Yen (USDJPY) met our 107.00 downside target this morning (April 29th), which was first mentioned in our February 8th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription), to capture a 7% decline in a little less than 3 months. Here is the chart from our February 8th report. Here is the current chart updated >>>

  • On Thursday April 14th we did a webinar for Interactive Brokers entitled Asbury Research’s US Investment Analysis: A review of Q1 2016. The video provides an in-depth look at some of the tools and metrics that a 35-year veteran of the financial markets uses to find opportunity while avoiding risk – some which you may consider adding to your own investment process. And, for those already interested in Asbury Research, this video should help you to better determine whether our approach is right for you.

    Click the linked title above to view the entire Research Excerpt, which includes a link to the YouTube video of the webinar and the accompanying PDF.

  • The popular Financial Sense website welcomes back John Kosar CMT, Director of Research at Asbury Research LLC. John believes we are vulnerable to a pullback near term, as momentum is stretched and the market is up against overhead resistance. John is more, positive longer term, but advises adding tighter stops and not adding to positions at these levels. John also covers the oil, gold and fixed income markets as well.

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  • The NASDAQ Composite (COMP) Index met our 4950 upside target late in the session on Wednesday April 13th, which was first mentioned in our February 29th Keys To This Week report, to capture a 392 point, 9% advance in about 6 weeks. Here is the current chart updated through April 13th. Asbury Research subscribers can view >>>

  • Back on March 4th we pointed out that our $19.50 upside target in the SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF (XME), first mentioned in our February 29th Keys To This Week report (access requires subscription), was met to capture a 22% advance in 4 days. More recently, in Monday’s (April 11th) Keys To This Week >>>

  • The 3rd week of April, which is the week of April 18th this year, is the seasonally strongest of the entire quarter, after which the index has historically declined into the second to last week of June, which is the weakest of the quarter.

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  • The benchmark S&P 500 (SPX) met our 2075 upside target late in the session on Friday April 1st , which was first mentioned in our February 29th Keys To This Week report, to capture a 143 point, 7.4% advance in slightly over 1 month.

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  • We occasionally send one of our current reports to our Asbury Research blog subscribers so they can see what Asbury Research subscribers receive in real time. Our Monday March 28th Keys To This Week report for US market sectors is included today, which utilizes our own proprietary investor asset flow metrics that indicate where investor dollars are going — and where they came from. Investor asset flows are one of the only metrics that actually lead price.

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  • The  PHLX Semiconductor (SOX) Index met our 670 upside target this morning (March 18th), which was first mentioned in our March 7th Keys To This Week report, to capture a 24.38 point, 4% advance in 11 days as shown in the chart below. Asbury Research subscribers can view our current research on the US stock market >>>

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) met our 17,500 upside target late in the session on Thursday March 17th , which was first mentioned in our February 29th Keys To This Week report, to capture a 984 point, 5% advance in 17 days. Here is the chart from our February 29th report. Here is the >>>

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  • The SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF (XME) met our $19.50 upside target today (March 4th), which was first mentioned in our February 29th Keys To This Week report, to capture a 22% advance in 4 days. Here is the chart from our February 29th report. Here is the current chart updated through this morning. >>>

  • After bottoming at $1046 per ounce on December 3rd, gold prices have jumped by 21% to today’s $1269 high. Meanwhile, the SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD) has coincidentally risen by 20.20 points or 20% to today’s $121.30 high, the popular ETF’s highest level since February 2015. This big spike higher in gold prices has been particularly noteworthy because it took most investors by surprise — it occurred while the CRB Index coincidentally declined by 9%.

    On December 22nd 2015 we published a report that discussed an emerging buying opportunity in gold, following a modest 2% rebound off its $100.53 December 2nd lows. That report, which appears below in its entirety, displays and discusses some of the metrics we used to get in front of the gold rally.

  • Our Monday morning Keys To This Week report for US Market Sectors utilizes Asbury Research’s own asset flow-based metrics to determine where opportunity exists in the individual sectors of the S&P 500.

    In the following video John Kosar, Asbury’s Chief Investment Strategist, walks you through this week’s report while explaining our unique asset flow metrics and what they are saying about upcoming sector performance.

  • The following is a brief excerpt from this morning’s Keys To this Week report for the US stock market, one of many different reports that Asbury Research subscribers receive throughout the month.

    Keys To This Week includes 10 key market factors that are most likely to influence the US stock market over the next several weeks to several months.