What a week its been in the markets! It may have been a short one here in the UK given the bank holiday, but its certainly taken its toll on equity bulls with the global MSCI World Index benchmark shedding as much as -5% towards month end.
Fortunately our process has fared far better with the high quality ideas that we have used it to generate across not just stocks, but also currencies and commodities markets. In this week’s video analysis I shared these with Trading Club members using our latest Monthly Checklist for June. One of these ideas focused on Crude Oil, where the fundamentals suggest that we may see a downside continuation.
We also featured a really unique macro thematic theme, generated from one of the most popular articles read by the pros on Bloomberg. We highlighted this along with some starting points for further research using our Company Analysis Checklist, and it might well become a theme that we explore in more depth in coming weeks.
Lastly, we looked at a currency down over -3% in May which our Checklist process suggested may face more pain in the coming month.
We continue to generate high quality ideas with our process week in, and week out, and make them available to our premium members in real time. There are no BS ‘systems’ that have been backtested to fit irrelevant historic examples, or hiding from the occasional but inevitable surprises that the market seems to throw up – just an honest and proven approach that we employ and teach to students of the Academy. If you would like to join us for our full analysis including new insights each week, or learn from the ground up with online tuition from Lex in our MDT online course, then contact us and take your financial knowledge to the next level right away!
Have a great weekend,
James Helliwell | Chief Investment Strategist
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