Friday, May 06, 2016

Louis Navellier & Arch Crawford

May 6, 2016
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Louis Navellier & Arch Crawford

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  • Arch Crawford, head of Crawford Perspectives showcases his investing methods that he's honed over forty years in the markets.
  • His mentor Bob Farrell guided Arch during his tenure at Merrill Lynch.
  • Bob Farrell's investing rules are available online: 10 rules of technical investing success.
  • For the first time in 5 years, gold is making higher highs and higher lows, a solid sign of recovery.
  • If the yellow metal holds $1,280, "Buy with both hands," according to his latest newsletter.
  • Regarding US shares, the "Sell in May and walk away," theme may persist in 2016, making the overvalued indexes more attractive in October / November.
  • Louis Navellier of Navellier & Associates, returns to the show with must hear market commentary.
  • The gold bullion aficionado prefers real money over currency, which carries a negative interest rate.
  • The precious metals will remain essential core holdings for every investment portfolio.
  • He recommends that investors follow the steps he's taking to insure his personal portfolio, by increasing their allocation of gold and PMs shares.
  • The perma-bull is less sanguine on US equities, amid sagging sales / earnings news.
  • While the major indexes tread water, many top flying blue chips are showing signs of distress.
  • Although small-cap stocks are red hot, much of the excitement is due to low floats amid a short-covering rally.
  • Stocks with solid sales figures and low P/E ratios relative to the S&P present opportunities, such as Facebook (FB) and CostCo (COST).
  • The S&P 500 dividend yield is higher than the less risky 10-year Treasury Bill, suggesting that stocks are undervalued relative to bonds, a rare indication of underlying strength.

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