Market Update: 09-09-20

The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI, ESG) is 65% invested in 36 leading growth stocks as of Sunday, September 6, 2020.  (PodCast) I believe the market is going through a minor technical correction due to an overbought situation, but I now expect the leaders to get back up and start running again.  The NASDAQ Composite Index bounced off its...

Market Update: 08-31-20

The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI, ESG), is 40% invested in 24 growth stocks as of Sunday, August 30, 2020.  (PodCast) I added a few more stocks to LIONX last week as my conviction improved.  It is getting harder finding growth stocks with lower risk buy points, so I do get excited when I find a buyable set up that works.  If it does...

Market Update: 08-24-20

The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI, ESG), is 30% invested in 15 growth stocks as of Sunday, August 23, 2020.  (PodCast)  It looks like the market wants to head higher as the S&P 500 Index sailed past its all-time high line of resistance last week, so I dipped my toe back in the water with a 30% allocation.  I am purchasing growth...

Market Update: 08-17-20

The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI, ESG), is 100%in Cash as of Sunday, August 16, 2020.  (PodCast)  The market was not rewarding us for taking risk, so I sold all remaining stocks in LIONX. Most of the leading growth stocks that I follow have experienced steep price declines which tells me that risk is likely elevated and maybe it is time for...

Market Update: 08-10-20

The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI, ESG), is about 45% invested in 15 growth stocks as of Sunday, August 9, 2020.  (PodCast) I did more selling than buying last week as earnings were released.  I try to not hold a stock through its earnings release no matter what kind of profit cushion I may have.  Anything can happen after a company...

Market Update: 08-03-20

The Issachar Fund (LIONX, BRI, ESG), is about 45% invested in 21 growth stocks as of Sunday, August 2, 2020.  (Podcast) I sold a few stocks ahead of earnings and purchased some after they reported impressive earnings and positive forward guidance.  Growth stocks still appear to be under accumulation/buying by big institutions as they...