Entries by Blue Line Investing

The BLUE LINE INVESTING® Primary Trend Update

  Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com Commentary: The US stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 Index (S&P) finished the month of January at the BLUE LINE, as compared to -7.7% below the BLUE LINE at the end of December. With all of the price behavior over the past four months occurring below the BLUE […]

The BLUE LINE INVESTING® Primary Trend Update

Commentary: The US stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 Index¹ (S&P) finished the month of December 7.71% below the BLUE LINE, down from essentially at the BLUE LINE at the end of November. With the S&P currently below the BLUE LINE, and without having experienced either a Phase 2: WARNING or Phase 3: […]

The BLUE LINE INVESTING® Primary Trend Update

Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com Commentary: The US stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 Index¹ (S&P) finished the month of November essentially at the Blue Line, down from 1.60% above the Blue Line at the end of October. With the S&P currently at the Blue Line, and having rallied from underneath the Blue Line, […]

The BLUE LINE INVESTING® Primary Trend Update

Commentary: The US stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 Index¹ (S&P) finished the month of October closing 1.60% below the Blue Line, down from 6.00% above the Blue Line at the end of September. With the S&P declining below the Blue Line we now categorize the primary trend as Neutral. Last month we […]

Crash? Correction? Or Change in Primary Trend?

With the recent stock market decline I wanted to take this opportunity to reiterate to all clients, both old and new, how we attempt to differentiate between a stock market crash, price correction, and potential change in primary trend using the BLUE LINE INVESTING® (BLI) process. In doing so, I will attempt to do my […]

AN EFFECTIVE HEDGE

Price volatility is the price all investors must pay when attempting to increase their wealth through the stock market. And while few complain about price volatility when stock prices rise, some complain, or at least become more concerned, when stock prices decline. Today I want to provide an example of how some investors can apply […]