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Creative Destruction

It wasn’t a coincidence or happenstance that one day after I wrote last Friday’s essay about Amazon.com, (AMZN), Investor’s Business Daily, IBD, published a front page article entitled, “The Death of Retail.” Why did that happen? The common thread between VectorVest and IBD is that we publish information for stock investors, and one of the […]

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Ms Yellin Is Not Raising Rates in September

Once upon a time the only spokesperson for the Federal Reserve System was the Chairperson. Responding to a call for more transparency, former Chairman, Dr. Ben Bernanke, allowed the Fed’s communication policy to change. Now-a-days, Fed Governors and Presidents of Federal Reserve Banks can say whatever they want regarding matters related to the Fed. Unfortunately, […]

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What Caused the Fed’s Reversal

If interest rates weren’t so important, I wouldn’t be writing about the Fed so often. But the Fed’s decisions affect all of us, each and every day. So here goes. The Fed held another Federal Open Market Committee, FOMC, meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, and their job was to decide what they wanted to do with […]

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A Flip Flopping Fed

On December 2, 2015, Head of The Fed, Ms. Janet Yellen, signaled that policymakers were poised to raise interest rates in December. The market began to move lower and the Price of the VectorVest Composite released a Confirmed Down, C/Dn, signal on December 9, 2015. One week later, Ms. Yellen announced the first interest rate […]

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The Day the Canary Died

Long before electronic smoke detectors were invented, coal miners carried caged canaries as a safety precaution while working. They knew that the canaries would die well before the level of any poisonous gases in the mine would be harmful to humans. In a similar manner, our Buy/Sell Ratio, BSR, is the VectorVest canary. It will […]

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