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For some perspective on the single-family home market, today’s chart presents the median single-family home price divided by the price of one ounce of gold.
This results in the home gold ratio or the cost of the median single-family home in ounces of gold.
For example, it currently takes a relatively low 168 ounces of gold to buy the median single-family home. This is dramatically less than the 601 ounces it took back in 2001.
It is starting to feel like the release of any good economic data is being cheered on by an army of PR people nowadays.
People are quick to point to the improving unemployment rate and the rise in housing data.
But the reality is, economic data is still mixed and does not paint a rosy picture.
Below are two data points that I think we should all be closely watching:
From a trading perspective, this has been a frustrating market. For most of 2015 the markets have been stuck in a sideways trading pattern. Every time the market looks like it is going to break out (either up or down) of its trading range, we get a lackluster follow through and move back into a widening trading range.
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The US stock market has been stuck in a sideways trading range since early December. Now we are at a point where the next few trading sessions may decide the fate of the next few months. Some of the patterns that I have been watching during this time frame are starting to shift. If this shift ...
Each month I post an update to my global asset allocation strategy.
The Global Portfolio Strategy is a relative strength, ETF based model that allows us to better gauge how global investors are feeling about the strength (or weakness) in the global economy and markets.
Short term traders seem not too sure on what the next move in the market will be. A recent interview on CNBC highlights the disagreement and "hedging" among traders: The VIX pattern seems to indicate a wait and see approach by traders. Not much conviction until we see a breakout: In the meantime the flight for safety continues. ...
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