Monthly Archives: September 2010

Week Ending September 24, 2010

Our portfolios were all started as of the close of July 31, 2010. It is worth reiterating that our default portfolio consists of equal allocation to all four major asset types invested in their appropriate ETFs. This comes down as … Continue reading

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Week Ending Septermber 17, 2010

Stocks have run up to overbought levels and the momentum is showing signs of exhaustion. Correction in the strong uptrend in bonds seems exhausted too. Gold has made yet another all-time high. AAII investors sentiment has spiked up to an … Continue reading

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Week Ending September 10, 2010

Seems like equities markets have topped out temporarily.  Bonds and gold are still in uptrend, though bonds have corrected further.  We will wait it out.  No disturbance is necessary in our allocations which are as follows: Stocks 10% (5% IWB and 5% … Continue reading

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Week Ending September 3, 2010

Our portfolio advanced 0.57% this week, to $10,222.40. In contrast, Dow, S&P500 and DODBX increased 2.93%, 3.75% and 3.12% respectively. Our first underperformance. Should have heeded to last week’s inclination for increasing equities exposure? Hindsight is always 20/20 and is … Continue reading

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