Friday, December 11, 2015

Louis Navellier & David Gurwitz

Dec. 11, 2015
Featured Guests:
Louis Navellier & David Gurwitz

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  • Chris welcomes back, friend of the show David Gurwitz, Managing Director at Nenner Research.
  • Their technical work suggests the recent rally in gold and silver could continue; targets and turning points are included in the discussion.
  • One stock of interest is Alcoa (AA), which he lists among several buy/sell signals.
  • The cycles indicate the greenback rally could fade in 2016, setting a floor for the commodities including crude oil and the yellow metal.
  • The long-range outlook calls for increased volatility amid a potential global military conflict, which is overdue judging by 100 year cycles.
  • Chris welcomes back Louis Navellier of Navellier Growth.
  • His work indicates its time for investors to increase their gold and silver portfolio allocation by 50%, due to profligate central banking policies.
  • Investors in Japan / Europe are advised to increase gold exposure amid negative yielding savings alternatives.
  • The recent gold / silver coin shortages at the US, Canadian, Royal and Australian Mints indicate tight supply.
  • He correctly predicted the rebound rally in US equities over the past two months, due in part to seasonal factors.
  • Strong pension fund inflows in December / January could bode well for US stocks.
  • His outlook on US shares is the most bearish in years - the forecast calls for no further new records in US shares.
  • In addition, the recent ETF scandal made investors question their portfolio allocation - 40% of stock market volume stems from ETF trades.
  • He shares several favorite portfolio candidates that offer growth at a reasonable price (low relative P/E ratios) with solid dividends including, Costco (COST), among several interesting opportunities.

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