Game Time!

The S&P 500 broke below multi-year support for the first time in Q4 2018, which led to a sharp decline in stocks. The inevitable relief rally took place during Q1 2019 and the support trend line was re-tested, which often occurs during the initial stages of a bear market. Relative strength and momentum indicators made lower highs as the rally stalled. Now, we should expect selling pressure to rise and stocks to make lower lows. How far down we go, nobody knows, but it makes sense to stay cautious and prepared. The Active Asset Allocator delivered a positive +3.4% return in Q4 2018 when all of my competitors lost money. I expect to see a similar trend unfold as we move through the remainder of 2019. Stay frosty!


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