Following The Money With Asbury Research is a free podcast and report that we use to stay in contact with individuals and businesses that have expressed interest in our research and services, and to educate them on our data-driven approach to investing. Contact Us to request additional information.
This bi-weekly podcast provides the latest update and overview of our data-driven models:
- the Asbury 6 for Tactical Risk Management
- the Correction Protection Model (CPM) for Wealth Preservation
- the SEAF (Sector ETF Asset Flows) Model for Sector Rotation
- the CARP (Cross Asset Relative Performance) Model for Domestic Asset Allocation
- the US vs. The World Model for Global Asset Allocation
These models collectively answer the two most important questions for investors:
- when to be invested, and
- where to be invested.
Our Latest “Following The Money” Chart To Watch
In addition to our bi-weekly Following The Money Podcast, we also choose one chart, Asbury Research model, or data series and accompanying excerpt from our premium research that we believe may best reflect the current condition of the US financial market.
This week, we selected a chart that plots the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) daily since March with its 21-day moving average, the latter which we use to identify the Tactical trend. An overall look at the chart shows that the VIX has been gradually declining since March as the S&P 500 has risen. A declining VIX indicates declining investor fear and is characteristic of rising equity prices.
More specifically, the green highlights point out that the VIX has been below its 21-day moving average, which is Asbury Research’s Tactical time period and currently at 13.99, since Jun 1st. As long as this remains the case, the S&P 500 is likely to continue rising toward the next resistance level at 4637. Conversely, a sustained rise above VIX 14.00 would suggest enough investor fear has come into the marketplace to help trigger and fuel an overdue corrective broad market decline.
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