December Market Outlook

December Market Outlook

A LOOK BACK

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2013 should go in the books as one of the best year for U.S. stocks since the mid-1990s. As of November 30th, the S&P 500 was up 26.62% year to date. In November we saw more signs of an improving economy in the U.S. The European economy still looked weak, while China’s economy showed resilience. Commodity prices continued to slide as gold, oil and other key commodities lost ground in November. Some foreign stock markets beat the U.S. markets in November, but many lost ground. The Federal Reserve policy remained unchanged, but we saw some hints of it trimming its monthly bond buying in the near future.

Some of November’s highlights:

• The Labor Department stated that 204,000 new jobs were created in October, better than the average monthly gain of 190,000 seen during the past year. The jobless rate inched up to 7.3%, yet this is still almost 3% lower than the recessionary peak seen in October 2009.
• ISM’s factory sector gauge reached 56.4 in October (and 57.3 in November, marking a sixth straight monthly advance). Its service-sector PMI rose a full point in October to 55.4.
• The Federal Government gave us its first estimate of Q3 GDP – with a surprise to the upside at 2.8%.
• Commerce Department report consumer spending inched up 0.2, personal incomes rose 0.5% and retail sales gained 0.4% in October. All good signs for the economy ahead.
• Consumer confidence was mixed as the Conference Board’s index fell two whole points to 70.4, but the University of Michigan’s final consumer sentiment index for the month offered better news, rising to 75.1.
• Inflation remains tame for the moment at just 1.0% as of October.

KEY RETURNS

Here is how some of the key index and commodity prices fared in November:

• Nikkei 225 (Japan) +9.31%
• Shanghai Composite (China) +3.68%
• Europe Dow +0.73
• MSCI Emerging Markets Index +1.56%
• Dow Jones Industrial (U.S.) +3.48%, NASDAQ (U.S) +3.26%, S&P 500 (U.S.) +2.80%
• Oil -3.57%
• Gold -5.46%, Silver -9.21%, platinum -5.39%, copper -1.94%.
• The U.S. Dollar Index +0.60%

PORTFOLIO YTD RESULTS

All-Weather +11.7%
Contrarian +48.4%
Dueling Duo +29.5%
Global Income +17.8%
Tomorrow’s Treasures +34.8%

The All-Weather portfolio had a good month in November despite a lackluster performance from the precious metals in the portfolio. The stock mix helped out quite a bit and overall the portfolio was up 3% for the month as we saw a continued increase in stock prices. This month we added WD-40 Company (NASDAQ: WDFC) and Open Text Corporation (NASDAQ: OTEX).

The Contrarian Strategies Portfolio continued its outperformance in November (up 3% for the month) and hit a new all-time high! This month we added 5 new Contrarian Stocks: Polaris Industries Inc. (PII), ULTA Salon (ULTA), Core Laboratories (CLB), Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. (LECO), and Incyte Corp (INCY).

The Dueling Duo had a good month in November (up nearly 6%). This was led by good performances from Biogen (BIIB), TripAdvisor (TRIP), and Ace Ltd (ACE). Large cap stocks continue to advance higher. The Dueling Duo portfolio has a good year so far in 2013 (up nearly 30%).

The Global Income had a decent month in November (up over 2% for the month). Interest rates retreated a bit, which helped the overall performance of our high- income stocks.

Tomorrow’s Treasures had another great month in November (up almost 5%). Small cap stocks continue to put up impressive numbers in 2013. As we head into year-end, we added four new companies to the Tomorrow’s Treasures Portfolio as a way to rebalance the risk/reward in the portfolio.

A LOOK AHEAD

December traditionally is a good month for the markets. The S&P 500 has advanced in December each of the past five years. With bullish sentiment still in effect on Wall Street, there is little reason to think that this December should be any different. In recent years, December has been a great for small company stocks. From 2008-2012, the Russell 2000 averaged a 5% gain in December. This could fare well for our Tomorrow’s Treasure portfolio, which focuses exclusively on small cap stocks.

There are still some risks that December may not be a great month. The recent Fed FOMC minutes raise the possibility of the central bank tapering in December and could take some of the air out of any “Santa Claus” rally. We have already seen the first four trading days of month end in red. The key date to watch is the December 18 Fed policy announcement. If the budget reduction committee can’t agree on a plan by the middle of December, investors will have more to fret about. If we can get good news there, the markets should end on a high note!

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How to Buy and Sell Stocks

Buying and Selling

Market Orders

A market order is the most common type of order where you put in an order to buy or sell a stock at the best available price.  Most times, these buy low sell hightypes of orders execute instantaneously.  The price at which your order executes is not guaranteed.  By placing a market order you are putting yourself in line for the next available trade.  If there are many others ahead of you, the price could be higher or lower than the current market price.

In fast-moving markets, the price at which a market order executes is often much different that the last-traded price or “real time” quote.  Be especially careful of placing market orders when the markets are not open.  For example, a stock could have closed at $50 /share at 4pm on a Tuesday.  If you place your order after the market is closed for the next day, things could have changed significantly for that company, the sector it operates in, or general market conditions.  This means the stock could open up significantly higher or lower than its closing price.

Limit Orders

Limit orders help protect against some of the uncertainty of the markets.  A limit order is an order to buy or sell a stock at a specified price (or better).  A buy limit order can only be executed at the limit price or lower, and a sell limit order can only be executed at the limit price or higher.  A limit order does not guarantee that your order will be executed.  A limit order can only be filled if the stock’s market price reaches the limit price.  While limit orders do not guarantee execution, they help ensure that an investor does not pay more than a pre-determined price for a stock or get less than their limit price when they sell.

Stop Loss vs. Stop Limits

At Wall St Renegade, we typically recommend using a stop loss 20-25% below your entry price. However, sometimes stop limits can be helpful. Let’s look at the basic differences:

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SOURCE: investopedia

With a stop order, your trade will be executed only when the security you
want to buy or sell reaches a particular price (the stop price). Once the
stock has reached this price, a stop order essentially becomes a market
order and is filled. For instance, if you own stock ABC, which currently
trades at $20, and you place a stop order to sell it at $15, your order
will only be filled once stock ABC drops below $15. Also known as a
“stop-loss order”, this allows you to limit your losses. However, this
type of order can also be used to guarantee profits. For example, assume
that you bought stock XYZ at $10 per share and now the stock is trading at
$20 per share. Placing a stop order at $15 will guarantee profits of
approximately $5 per share, depending on how quickly the market order can
be filled.

Stop orders are particularly advantageous to investors who are unable to
monitor their stocks for a period of time, and brokerages may even set
these stop orders for no charge.

One disadvantage of the stop order is that the order is not guaranteed to
be filled at the preferred price the investor states. Once the stop order
has been triggered, it turns into a market order, which is filled at the
best possible price. This price may be lower than the price specified by
the stop order. Moreover, investors must be conscientious about where they
set a stop order. It may be unfavorable if it is activated by a short-term
fluctuation in the stock’s price. For example, if stock ABC is relatively
volatile and fluctuates by 15% on a weekly basis, a stop loss set at 10%
below the current price may result in the order being triggered at an
inopportune or premature time.

A stop-limit order is an order to buy or sell a stock that combines the features of a stop order and a limit order. Once the stop price is reached, a stop-limit order becomes a limit order that will be executed at a specified price (or better). The benefit of a stop-limit order is that the investor can control the price at which the order can be executed.

Trailing Stop Orders

A trailing stop-loss order is simply setting at a percentage level below the market price (such as 10%).  This can only be placed once you already own the stock.  You must first buy the stock then place your trailing stop order.  The trailing stop price is adjusted as the price of the underlying stock fluctuates. Trailing stop orders can be placed as trailing stop limit orders or trailing stop market orders.

The Ins and Outs of Buying and Selling

I was never one to sit still. At church, school, and even while I was eating or sleeping, I would squirm and wiggle like a worm, constantly making excuses to get up and get out! To this day, I can vividly remember my mom saying, “Patience is a virtue.” Patience is a what? I thought. It sure didn’t sound like anything I needed, and off I went!

It wasn’t until I started my investing career that I learned the real virtue of being patient. In fact, I admit I learned patience the hard way—by making my move on a stock way to early or way to late, many a time.

The most difficult decision an investor has to make is when to buy, sell, or hold a stock. Although it goes with-out saying, making a great investment decision requires extensive research, learning essentially everything possible about the company: its products and services, innovation, research and development activities, management and their operating habits, numbers, statistics, and every little financial detail, the company’s history, present and future outlook, affiliations, setbacks, and so on and so forth. Buying a stock may be the easiest part of the investing equation, but that’s only if you’ve exercised due diligence.

After you have patiently analyzed a company forward and backward and then again, the next major hurdle is deciding when to buy and at what price. Once again patience plays a key role here.

The key is patience!

Now let’s say you do your research and decide that you want to buy J.M. Smucker Co. (SJM). Your research points to an optimum price of $100 but the stock is currently trading near $107.39. You may be able to maximize your chances of getting a lower average price for SJM, by buying different lots, as the stock fluctuates down and back up again. In this example, let’s say you buy a third of the total amount you have allocated for SJM right off the bat at $107.39 a share. Then, using patience, you wait for the stock to drop, and when it does you pick up another third at $102. At this point the stock starts trending back up, so you buy another third at $104. This example would give you an average cost for SJM of $104.46 per share.

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By far the hardest investing decision to make is when to sell a stock. I have to stress here: please think twice before you sell, as selling a winning stock too early has haunted many investors throughout history. Just for an example, let’s follow what happened to David early on in his investing career. In 1990 David had $2000 to invest, so he decided to buy $1,000 of Dell stock (NASDAQ: DELL) and $1,000 of Wal-Mart stock (NYSE:WMT). Over the next 3 years, both stocks did very well. However, from 1993 to 1995 both stocks traded relatively flat to down, and thus David got bored with the investments and decided it was time to sell both of them, which he did in January 1995.

He did quite well, too, as his Dell investment went from $1,000 to just over $14,000, and his Wal-Mart investment grew from $1,000 to nearly $2,000. However, five years later, David realized he had made a terrible mistake as both stocks kept climbing and never looked back. Had David held on to those shares for just another five years, his Dell stock would have been worth more than $900,000 and his Wal-Mart stock worth nearly $13,000. Again, think twice before you sell!

I know what you are thinking: Most stocks do not deliver the incredible returns of Dell or Wal-Mart. True, but there are quite a few (and I can show you literally hundreds) that have, and you just may be holding one of these future millionaire-makers.

To avoid missing out on these potential opportunities, some investors sell only a portion of their stocks, reinvesting what they sell and letting the rest ride.

Before selling a stock:

If you are unsure of what to do, here are a few key questions to ask yourself before selling a stock:

  • Have you lost enthusiasm for the company, its products or services?
  • Is the company really struggling or is the current lack of performance fixable?
  • Is management fiscally responsible, committed to renewing growth and creating value for shareholders?
  • Is the company improving existing products and services, inventing new ones, or spending more on research and development?
  • Is the stock price capable of pushing even higher or outrageously overpriced?
  • Is the company taking on way too much debt, burning through its cash pile?
  • Has the market(s) for which the company operates within turned sour with no recovery in sight?

Remember, patience is virtue! Just sit back and relax, no wiggling or squirming, please, and make a well-thought-out wise decision. You will likely be much better off.

 

 

How to research stocks

How do you select investments?

You can outperform professional investors when you follow a smaller number of companies and truly understand what they do. Behind every stock, there is a company and a story. By doing your homework you can find out what a particular company is doing and if it is a viable investment option. To be optimally diversified, you need to own stock in eight to twenty different companies. If you can’t find any companies that you think are attractive, keep the cimagesash. Investing for the sake of investing is foolish. Wait for the right opportunity.

Stocks in hot industries can fall just as fast as they went up. Be very careful. You are better off finding good companies in slow industries that have been consistent winners. Smaller companies that are profitable can be good opportunities. Over-diversifying, or owning too many companies, may cause you to lose the advantage of concentration. It takes only a small number of big winners to make a lifetime of investing worthwhile. Always be on the lookout for opportunities.

Once you have created a list of potential areas of interest, you can go online to any number of financial services for help in identifying specific companies in those areas. One of my favorites is the Yahoo.com site. On the Yahoo site, select “Finance” and then “Industries”; you will then see an industry index, in which the businesses of this world are divided into twelve categories. These twelve categories, otherwise known as sectors, will help you sort and decide where to look.

I typically look for what I call “forever stocks” – those where you can buy them, forget about them, and hold them forever.  The key is to find stocks in the world’s greatest businesses. These are companies that dominate their industries and return billions to shareholders in the form of dividends and share buybacks.

To find these types of companies, I look for companies with competitive advantages:

What is the competitive advantage?

Once you have an idea of what types of companies you want to own, the next wise thing to do is to analyze any competitive advantage a company might have. This is a very critical thing to consider. Think of this as similar to purchasing real estate. The most important thing is location, location, location! With investing, a competitive advantage is similar to location.

Think of some of your favorite companies. What is it that makes them unique? Here is a quick, four-part analysis to see if the stock(s) you own or are considering buying are “forever stocks”:

1. Brand loyalty: Many people are more willing to pay a premium for any number of perceived values (luxury, trust, reliability). Some examples in the car industry would include Lexus, BMW, or Mercedes. Does your company have built in brand loyalty?

2. Patents, copyrights, or trade secrets: These make direct competition very difficult due to law or other factors. Some examples would be a drug company’s patent on a profitable drug or a copyrighted computer technology.  Does your company own a patent, copyright, or trade secret that makes direct competition nearly impossible?

3. Service fees: The collection of fees gives some businesses exclusive access to a particular market. Examples would include utility companies that collect fees in exchange for the use of services. Does your company have a steady stream of income from fee revenue where competition is limited?

4. Tough to switch (inconvenience factor or price advantage): The inconvenience factor is an advantage when it would be troublesome for a customer to switch to a competitor. Samples would include phone companies, banks, payroll services, or financial services companies.

Price advantages exist when economies of scale can create price disadvantages that prohibit competitors from succeeding. Think of discount retailers and other shops that price their products so low that it is difficult to compete.  Does your company have an inconvenience factor or price advantage that helps it dominate the competition?

If you can’t answer, “yes” for at least one of these four parts, chances are your company is not a “forever stock”.  The more yeses the better the odds that you have found a stock worth holding as long as possible.  Another aspect to consider is the long-term staying power of the competitive advantage. Technology companies can go out of favor very quickly. This means there may be a competitive advantage today, but it will soon be gone if the company does not keep pace with the new technologies. That is why it is easier to spot sustainable competitive advantages for companies that have a long history.

When it comes to investing there’s never no fail-proof plan. Stocks go up and down every day no matter how good of a company they are. No matter how many of these four factors a company has, it still can go down over a period of time. However, when you choose dominant, shareholder-friendly companies, you’re investing in proven companies that stack the odds of success in your favor.

By using this four-part check up with each stock in your portfolio, you may be able to either spot danger ahead for a company or validate why you bought the stock in the first place. You do not have to be a professional to do research. Like any good investigator, you just need to know what questions to ask and where to look. I have found that by following this proven, time-tested strategy, it is possible to outperform the professionals and the markets.

Tools I use:

Based on over 18 years of experience and personal usage of the following tools and research, I can confidently recommend the following sites for financial research. For moral and social research, please refer back to the section on screening. Some of this financial research is free while more in-depth research will entail monthly or annual fees:

  1. www.morningstar.com
  2. www.zacks.com
  3. www.investools.com
  4. www.valueline.com
  5. www.stockcharts.com
  6. www.wallstrenegade.com*
  7. www.finance.yahoo.com

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How to Select an Online Broker

How to Select an Online Broker

Setting Up Your Investment Account

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A brokerage account allows you to purchase stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investments by paying a commission to buy or sell the securities you instruct them to. Internet based stock trading has gained popularity over the past decade. Finding an online is important to gain 24-hour/seven day a week access to your accounts. There are many reputable brokers worthy of your attention.

Before selecting an online broker, there are many factors to consider such as:

  • Service level:  Some brokers provide more resources, tools, and access to customer service representatives than others. Additionally some brokers’ websites are easier to navigate and provide a better customer experience, but you will typically pay more as you add more bells and whistles.
  • Cost:  Take a look at the commission rates before you set up your account. Some online brokerages require a minimum account balance, and the commission rate varies with your balance and trade frequency. For instance, you will typically get lower commissions if you keep a certain minimum account balance or agree to a certain number of trades. You may also be charged additional fees if you don’t meet the minimum balance at all times.
  • Investment availability: some brokerage firms have limited mutual fund choices, the inability to trade bonds or commodities, or options. Make sure the firm you choose allows you to conduct the type of trades you are planning to execute.
  • Financial stability and reputation: It goes without saying, but you should research the firm’s financial stability before depositing any funds.

One of the ways to find the brokerage firm that is right for you is to look at independent rankings.  For example, Barron’s recently came out with its 18th annual rankings of online brokers. Barron’s also broke down brokers in categories, depending on your needs.

  • Best for Frequent Traders: TradeStation; Interactive Brokers; MB Trading; Lightspeed Trading.
  • Best In-Person Service: Scottrade; Merrill Edge; Charles Schwab; Fidelity; TD Ameritrade.
  • Best International Traders: Interactive Brokers; TradeStation.
  • Best for Long-Term Investing: Fidelity; TD Ameritrade .
  • Best for Novices: TD Ameritrade; Fidelity; E*Trade; Charles Schwab.
  • Best for Options Traders: tradeMONSTER; OptionsHouse; TD Ameritrade.

My personal favorites are Fidelity, Schwab, TD Ameritrade, and Folioinvesting.com.

Opening Up an Online Trading Account

In order to open a brokerage account, you will need to know two items:

  1. The kind of account you want to create:  Is it tax deferred or taxable?  If it’s an IRA or Roth, or other type of retirement account you will need to note this and fill out beneficiary information. If it’s a taxable account you will need to choose between a cash account (you pay for each trade out of the cash you deposit) or a margin account (where you use the cash and securities in your account as collateral to borrow against).
  2. How many people will be listed on the account.  If it’s a taxable account you will also need to know how many people will be listed on the account. Is the account going to just list you (individual account) or your spouse as well (joint account).

In order to set up your account, you may be asked to provide information such as:

  • Identification, such as a driver’s license or government-issued ID card that contains your current address.
  • Social Security Number for all account holders.
  • All dates of birth for all owners listed on the account.
  • The bank or brokerage statement of the financial institution from which you’ll transfer money. This contains the account and bank routing numbers you’ll need to instruct the broker to get your cash.
  • The address of your employer and if you’re an officer, director, or large shareholder of a publicly traded company, additional documentation and paperwork may be required.

Funding Your Online Trading Account

In order to fund your account you can use a check or electronic funds transfer. You can also typically transfer US exchange listed stocks (including ADRs, ETFs, ETNs and other listed securities), mutual funds and other types of holdings, such as bonds, securities represented by paper certificates, private placement securities or options to establish your account.  Check with your online broker before initiating the transfer process. You often can submit a partial account transfer to move only those holdings that you want transferred or a full account transfer of all the holdings and cash you want transferred.

Now that your account is set up and funded in the next article we will look at how to invest

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The “proud to own” process is all about aligning your faith and values with your investment portfolio

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