The Issachar Fund is fully invested in leading growth stocks, and the market has been rewarding us. However, the market is stretched, so I would not be surprised to digest recent gains. Earnings have been coming in strong, and it looks like the COVID “fear” is behind us as people get back to work after being paid to stay home. The market typically responds favorably to more government spending, but it will be interesting to see how it handles the proposed largest spending ever. The rising dollar does not seem to be concerned with more US debt being issued and then purchased (monetized) by the Fed, so we may have more room to run. I believe the market will continue to trend higher into the new year, especially now that junk bonds have resumed trading above their 50-DMA. I am currently bullish and optimistic, but I am flexible, trying to stay in sync with the trend. However, I do not plan to ride the next bear market lower. I plan to be net short and make money while some funds are required to stay fully invested. (There is no guarantee that any investment will achieve its objectives, generate positive returns, or avoid losses.)
The Fed increased its balance sheet by $18 billion last week to another all-time high! While the Fed talks about tapering its bond purchases, I am not seeing it on their balance sheet. I believe Jay Powell wants Biden to reappoint him next year, so he will likely keep expanding the Fed’s balance sheet, buying bonds, and suppressing rates. Biden met with Powell and Brainard last week, possibly to send a signal to Powell that if he does not keep liquidity spigot flowing, he will appoint and the more dovish Brainard. I think rates will remain low until Powell is reappointed then it could get ugly when rates start to rise.
Bottom Line: Issachar is all in, but the indexes are extended so we could see some profit-taking. I believe the Fed is still on our side and will provide liquidity the market needs to keep the uptrend intact. A lot of money on the sidelines will likely feel like they missed the rally, so they will likely capitulate and keep bidding prices higher. We could see a market melt-up as money rushes in, but I would rather it be a slow grind higher into the new year. I sure am glad God is in control and not man.
Do not conform to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing, and perfect will. Romans 12:2
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