Christian Money Blogs:

Market Update: 06-07-21

The Issachar Fund owns lower P/E growth stocks with strong fundamentals and technical chart patterns!  After an incredible 2020 in Issachar, it has been a frustrating 2021, but I am confident that growth investors will be rewarded soon. I have great conviction that my time-tested strategy will work over the long term even though it is...

Market Update: 06-01-21

The Issachar Fund purchased more stocks last week as I found secondary buy points in stocks that appear to have great fundamentals and technical chart patterns of accumulation!  I believe themarket’s long-term trend is up and seems ready for another leg higher as growth stocks appear to be catching a bid.  I have noticed that...

Market Update: 05-24-21

The Issachar Fund is lightly invested in these Sectors: Building, Chemical, Energy, Finance, Metals, Real Estate, Retail, and Transportation.  It feels like the market does not want togo down as it churns higher on low volume.  Bad news hits the market, and it seems to shrug it off after a day or two.  This may be a good sign that...

Market Update: 05-17-21

The Issachar Fund is lightly invested after an inflation scare spooked the market last week.  The government released data indicating that consumer and producer prices were rising faster than expected, so the market dropped about 4% from Monday to Wednesday.  The thinking was that the Fed would be forced to take away the punch bowl of...

Market Update: 05-10-21

The Issachar Fund is invested in growth stocks with accelerating earnings and sales.  My time-tested growth strategy has worked well for us, but it is not always in favor.  Therefore, I remain flexible and try to stay in sync with the trends that are working.  I adapt my disciplines and adjust the sails to capture the majority of...

Market Update: 05-03-21

The Issachar Fund is slightly invested in growth stocks.  I did a lot of selling last week before earnings announcements, and I have lots of cash to invest.  However, the major indexes may have put in a short-term top, and it feels like the market is ready to roll over and correct a bit.  I have a rule not to hold a stock through...