msr_with-headshotThe Market Strategy Report

Mark Ungewitter is a veteran money manager, known widely for his original research and analysis.  Mark scours the globe for evidenced-based solutions, assessing world markets from a multi-disciplined perspective.  He is an accomplished market technician, specializing in visual presentation of complex matters.  Read on for a unique guide to everything financial.

A word of caution from market breadth…

By | March 13th, 2017|Categories: Market Strategy Report|

Interesting configuration here.  NYSE advance/decline lines corroborated the March 1st high, but the relative strength of SPX versus equally weighted SPX is flashing a warning (Chart 1).  The long-term track record of SPXEW/SPX is mixed, but worth noting (Chart 2).  [...]

Louise Yamada: Trump Rally Reminiscent of 1994-1995 Breakout in Stocks

By | February 17th, 2017|Categories: Market Strategy Report|

Below is an excerpt from a recent interview with market strategist, Louise Yamada.   “The thing that was really intriguing about the post-Trump breakout in the market was that it moved us out of an entire 2-year consolidation. If you [...]

Do Fund Managers Eat Their Own Cooking?

By | February 14th, 2017|Categories: Market Strategy Report|

You guessed it… “The number of managers showing no faith in their process is staggering.”  Interesting study from Russel Kinnel at Morningstar Research:  Further statistics reported by the Wall Street Journal are impressive, if not airtight:  [Mr. Kinnel] found [...]

Bull markets have a life of their own…

By | February 7th, 2017|Categories: Market Strategy Report|

For those attempting to interpret today’s rapid-fire political events, here’s an oldie but goodie from Robert Prechter, illustrating the tenuous connection between market action and exogenous events. Whatever one may think of Prechter’s own forecasting ability, he certainly raises [...]

Narratives Gone Wild: Investing in the Post-Election World

By | January 26th, 2017|Categories: Market Strategy Report|

Warning. Investment “narratives” may be harmful to your financial health. An investment narrative is a market forecast based on a hypothetical chain of events. If X, then Y, and of course Z. Narratives are an important part of the investment [...]