Christian Money Blogs:

Market Update: 12-02-19

The Issachar Fund (LIONX), is about 98% invested in stocks and sitting tight!  I added about 8% more in individual stocks last week.  I am buying stocks that have produced three consecutive quarters of increases in sales and earnings and forecasting double digit earnings for next year.  I remain bullish as the market appears to be...

Market Update: 11-18-19

The Issachar Fund (LIONX), is about 70% invested in stocks and seeking more opportunities!  I added about 30% more individual stocks last week.  I am buying stocks that have produced three consecutive quarters of increases in sales and earnings and forecasting double digit earnings for next year.  The market has been rewarding...

Market Update: 11-11-19

The Issachar Fund (LIONX), is about 40% invested in stocks and looking for more opportunities!  The major stock indexes have now all broke out above their ceilings of resistance.  That trend break-out confirmed what I needed to do and gave me the conviction to get invested.  We had been in a wide trading range for the last six...

Market Update: 11-04-19

The Issachar Fund (LIONX), is Defensively positioned but that could change very soon!  I made no changes last week, but I expect to get back in the game shortly.  The Fed cut rates ¼ point last Wednesday as expected and the unemployment numbers came in better than expected on Friday.  GDP growth came in at a 1.9% annualized rate...

Market Update: 10-28-19

The Issachar Fund (LIONX), is Defensively positioned in Cash except for one small 3% stock position.  My junk bond average Risk On/Off indicator is still flashing “Risk On”.  However, the junk bond average seems to be up against a strong ceiling of resistance.  My “buy right” discipline has me cautiously waiting for what...

Market Update: 10-21-19

The Issachar Fund (LIONX), is in a Defensive Cash position patiently waiting for our next opportunity.  I did not make any changes last week as the market could not muster enough momentum/catalyst to break out about above the July and September highs of resistance. The market looks “toppy” here and I do not see a catalyst to move us past...