Where are markets going next? My current thinking and positioning

I appreciate the opportunity to share with you, my readers, here on this blog. Over the years I’ve learned a lot from you, have had you challenge my thinking in good and exciting ways, and I’ve been honored to have a number of you become clients of my firm, Waverly Advisors.

Today, I’d like to share the most recent research report I wrote this weekend, in its entirety. We don’t do this very often, but this is an important time for traders and investors in the market. Yes, I’d be delighted to have more of you take a trial of the research and eventually to become clients, but I think this report has value as a stand-alone report.There’s stuff here you need to read and need to think about!

We’ve been very successful in helping our clients navigate these difficult markets this year. While everyone else was getting caught up in the selloffs and issuing dire warnings of an impending collapse, we pointed out the risks, what to watch for if those risks were going to become more significant (and they never did), and reminded our clients to be long stocks. Now, we’re turning our attention to a few new things. How do stocks typically act after major indexes make new highs? (pg. 2) What do we think about smaller caps? (pg 3) How about global stocks? Where should be focus in the US/Europe/Asia or in the Developed/Emerging market pantheon? (pg 9.) Also, if you’re a daytrader, check out pg. 5 for the type of gameplan we generate for every trading day. What types of patterns should work this week in individual stocks and where do we want to focus? (pgs. 7 & 8).

Critically, why are we looking for a major decline in crude oil and how would we play it, and what about gold? (pg 12 and 13). There’s a lot more in the report, so just click the links below and read it for yourself. (If the viewer doesn’t work in your browser, here is a simple download link for the pdf and you can sign up for a trial here.)

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Adam Grimes has over two decades of experience in the industry as a trader, analyst and system developer. The author of a best-selling trading book, he has traded for his own account, for a top prop firm, and spent several years at the New York Mercantile Exchange. He focuses on the intersection of quantitative analysis and discretionary trading, and has a talent for teaching and helping traders find their own way in the market.