Market Update: 12-03-18

The Issachar Fund (LIONX) invested in four stocks (2% each) in the Health Care and Cloud related industries on Thursday (29th) and has 92% in Cash.  If these starter positions do not perform as I expect or the market rolls over, I will not hesitate to go back to 100% Cash. Cash is Not Trash….Cash is a Position! I would rather be in Cash...

Market Update: 11-26-18

I am patiently sitting in Cash (100%) waiting for the next opportunity. The Fund’s portfolio went to all Cash on October 4th after my sell stops were triggered and have only been lightly invested (25%) for about three days since then. I believe market risk is high, and I am more concerned with the return “of my money” instead of a return...

Market Update: 11-19-18

I was expecting the market to head higher into the new year but now I am not so sure that we will get the widely expected Santa Clause Rally. The S&P 500, NASDAQ and Russell 2000 Indexes are all BELOW their respective 200-day moving averages (dma) except for the Dow. The Dow holds more defensive names and I am seeing big money flows out of the...

Market Update: 11-12-18

The Issachar Fund (LIONX) is 25% invested as of Friday, November 9, 2018 with 75% in Cash.  Investor’s Business Daily (IBD) called the rally on Wednesday a Follow Through Day (FTD) which marks the beginning of a Confirmed Uptrend according to their CAN SLIM system.  According to an independent 12-year study by American Association of...

Market Update: 11-05-18

Patience is a virtue! The Issachar Fund (LIONX) is 100% in CASH as of Friday, November 2, 2018. I believe the market will head higher into the new year and I am diligently looking for an early entry point. I have a Watch list of stocks to buy and some are setting up nicely while others still need time to form proper bases. The Healthcare, Retail...

Market Update: 10-29-18

CASH is a Position! The Issachar Fund (LIONX) is 100% in CASH as of Friday, October 26, 2018. I sold the two Floating Rate Funds because I saw above average selling volume in a few Floating Rate ETFs and I did not want to risk losing money in our Floating Rate Fund positions. I am patiently building my Watch List of stocks that have performed...