Markets have rallied significantly after presidential election. Time for a correction.
Given the currently low volatility, I would take some chips of the table ahead of tomorrows inauguration. Step to the sideline and reenter after a correction.
At the investor day, Credit Suisse reduced its targets. Now they are more realisitc and in-line with market expectations.
Shares jumped above 200d mvg. avg. an important step has been taken.
In addition, the 200 d mvg. avg. has changed its direction, it is trending higher.
Still a lot of value to be unlocked, it just takes time.
Shares of Credit Suisse have suffered significantly since the beginning of the year.
However, since summer they are continously trending higher.
With investor day next week, the shares could make an important step above 200 d mvg avg.
Valuation is attractive.
I would take the risk.
Whatever happens in the US-presidential election next week, it causes uncertainty.
It's not too late to protect investments with a put option, or reduce exposure by selling.
Correction has only just begun.
How to play the interest rate trend reversal.
3xshort 25+ year treasury bond ETN gives you the opportunity to benefit from rising interest rates (in a levereaged way - fairly risky).
Although interest rates seem to stay at low levels, the recent trend looks as if interest rates have finally bottomed.
Even if it does not look inspiring, the ETN is up 23% since ...
The stock collapsed after a hype in 2013. Now it is slowly heading north again.
Techinically it crossed the 200d-moving average. I believe it is worth picking up a few, given the potential of the 3D-market.
Stock has broken its downtrend.
Above 200d moving average.
What I like: Stock has stabilised above the moving average for almost one month and is now ready for the next step.
Fundamentally: Harddisk remains the number one source for saving data - because it is the cheapest...and data volumes continue to grow, as well as the need for backups, etc.
iShares Euro Government Bond 20yr Target Duration UCITS ETF is a proxy for long term European Government Bonds.
It has performed 24% YTD!
The figures below show it, Yield to maturity is 0,66%...for an avg. maturity of 26 years.
Would you invest? I would not spend a penny on this - for me a clear sign of a bubble! Rather store the cash at home, or go short.