The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI & ESG) is 100% invested in 54 growth stocks on Sunday, November 29, 2020. My conviction level increased last week because stocks did what I expected, so I took LIONX to a fully invested position. If new money came into LIONX today, I would likely put it to work since I am still finding stocks with attractive setups. Growth stocks with accelerating sales and earnings and sound chart patterns have led the charge and appear to be under accumulation, so that is where LIONX is focused. There has been a bit of rotation from some growth names into more cyclical, value, and small-cap companies, but I believe growth offers a better risk/reward relationship. Cyclical and value stocks have historically done well ahead of economic recoveries, so there is a lot of pent up demand anticipating a vaccine approval. I am encouraged to see a small-caps rally, which has historically been a “risk-on” sign in a healthy bull market. If we get a COVID vaccine distributed before Christmas, this could relieve a lot of the market’s fear, and we could see more upside potential. In the meantime, growth stocks are being rewarded, and that is where LIONX will rest for now. If the market takes an ugly turn, I will do my best to sell or hedge LIONX positions seeking to avoid life-changing losses. (There is no guarantee that any investment will achieve its objectives, generate positive returns, or avoid losses.)
The dollar has lost about 12% since the market bottomed on March 19th! The 10-year Treasury yield has gone from about 0.50% on August 4th to about 0.88% today, which is almost a 70% increase. I believe the dollar is declining, and yields are rising because the market is trying to factor in the negative effects of our ballooning national debt of over $27 trillion and our widening budget deficit of over $3.2 trillion. As long as the Fed continues to print money to buy debt that Congress allows the Treasury to issue, the market should be fine. This debt monetization program where the Fed creates money out of thin air to buy Treasury bonds to bail out irresponsible spending cannot continue forever. Consequently, I believe there will be a huge price to pay if the rest of the world has had enough of our limitless spending and starts liquidating our paper dollars. If the dollar were to experience a period of rapid decline, I would view that as a sign of grave caution. We are not there yet, but I believe it may happen in my lifetime, and it could cause a market crash like we have never seen. Until then, let’s just enjoy the ride while it lasts. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and I pray you will have a Blessed Christmas. Fear Not! God is still on the Throne of Grace, and that will never change.
Bottom Line: LIONX is fully invested, and that confirms how bullish I am. I believe the bull market still has some gas left in the tank, and we may see higher returns before Christmas. I am expecting a Santa Claus rally to push stocks higher, and I plan to take advantage of this historically favorable time of year. One primary concern is our ever-increasing national debt that gets harder to fathom ever paying it down. For now, the market does not seem to care about our irresponsible spending, so I will let it rest. The CDC says that if you have COVID-19 and you are less than 70, you have a 99% survival rate. God gave us freedom, so I chose not to live in fear, and I pray you do the same. Grace & Peace be with You!
LIONX is a BRI/ESG, Tactical, Alternative, Mutual Fund Actively Managed like a Hedge Fund.
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