December 21,2020 to February 16, 2021
This is a quick progress report covering how our portfolios are performing year to date. It is a short period but very encouraging.
Our more comprehensive research is backed up by software that provides the financial history of virtually every publicly traded company in the world.
The New York and Toronto markets have gained in value throughout the period, but our portfolio returns net of all expenses, have produced much higher returns.
TSX gain: 5.5% ...
So much has happened since my last note. It’s amazing how the markets have absorbed inconvenient events and moved ever higher. I don’t intend to dwell on the new President, other than to observe that his policies will deduct approximately 1.5% from anticipated economic growth.
Politics in the US are as divisive as I have ever seen and anger over politics and the management of the pandemic is growing. It is apparent that the citizenry have a short fuse and are...
It is well understood that the primary reason behind the stock market rally is the unprecedented amount of monetary stimulus from the Fed and other Central Banks.
The gigantic short position was squeezed by the rising market causing panic buying to cut losses.
M2 money supply is up 40% alongside the same increase in the Capitalization value of the S&P 500.
The market is trading at 20 times 2019, S&P 500 earnings of $162.30. The highest recorded. Forecasts of 2021...