The Issachar Fund is fully invested in growth stocks with solid fundamentals and technical chart patterns! The large-cap and tech indexes have been trending higher, while the small-cap index has oscillated in a trading range since March. I believe this is a stock pickers market, and Issachar is positioned to benefit from a rotation into growth stocks as rates continue to decline. 20-year Treasury rates have been declining since March, and I do not expect them to start rising anytime soon. The recent inflationary commodity and lumber price advances have diminished, and I believe the inflation scare was indeed “transitory.” The Fed has its foot on the gas of liquidity while team Biden is pumping the brakes with talks of higher taxes and more regulation. As long as the Fed continues to “liquefy” the market, the economy and stocks will likely continue to perform well. However, there will be a price to pay for irresponsible spending, but for now, let’s enjoy the ride. (There is no guarantee that any investment will achieve its objectives, generate positive returns, or avoid losses.)
The Fed’s balance sheet declined a meager $23 billion last week! I keep a close eye on the Fed’s ability to create money with no physical backing because I believe they are the invisible hand that holds all boats afloat. However, there will be a day that the tide will go out again, and we will get to see who is swimming naked. It will not be a pretty sight! For now, the Fed seems committed to keeping rates near zero by printing money to buy more bonds that in turn suppress rates. All good for now!
Bottom Line: Issachar fully invested in stocks with solid fundamentals and technical chart patterns. Growth seems to be outperforming Value, and that should bode well for Issachar. I continue to remain focused, disciplined, flexible, and humble with a teachable spirit. After doing some post-trade analysis, I added a new rule not to buy a stock if its Industry Group chart shows signs of distribution. Lessons learned! By God’s Grace, I continue to be humbled as He shapes and molds me into the man, He created me to be. Praise Jesus, and thanks for your patience to trust me with your hard-earned assets.
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