The Cumberland Advisors Week in Review is a recap of news, commentary, and opinion from our team.
These are not revised assessments, and circumstances may have changed in the market from the time of original publication. We also include older commentaries that our editors have determined may be of interest to our audience. Your feedback is always welcome.
As part of Cumberland Advisors’ continuous effort to maintain strong customer relationships, we offer this week’s short video discussing current market conditions and how we are positioning portfolios.
Dear Clients & Friends,
Thank you for joining Cumberland Advisors for this end-of-week update on market conditions, bonds & equities with Matt McAleer and John Mousseau, CFA.
-S&P down 3-3.25% on the week
-I previously shared a chart showing that the internals of the market were starting to roll over a little bit
-Advanced declines were getting soft even though indexes in the third week of August were hitting year to date highs
-It told us to be a little cautious – Matt explains
-Basic Materials and Transports have something to tell us
-Matt talks about some pullbacks and Cumberland strategies that raised cash
-What about International and relative strength?
-Europe? Asia? Drilling down to China & Japan.
-Charts below referenced in the video.
-I was at the firm that day and recall what David describes vividly
-9/11 commentary link: https://www.cumber.com/cumberland-advisors-market-commentary-9-11-covid-19/
-Treasury Yield declined small amount
-Jobless claims were a little disappointing
-Good news? New claims were under a million.
-CPI creeped up from 1.6 to 1.7, we expect eventually 2-2.4 which it had been for a number of years
-Quiet week for Munis for this holiday week
-We see visible supply moving from 12 to 15 billion next week
-Traditionally, this time of year is when supply starts to build
-We expect some decent buying opportunities going into fall
-John shares some observations about travel in the Midwest and attitudes about the economy
-We wish everyone a good weekend and a somber remembrance this September 11th
Please reach out with any questions/comments you may have about this update; we appreciate your calls, comments, and emails. Watch in the player above or at this link: https://youtu.be/-LLhhzmrPuE
Stay safe, healthy, and have a great weekend.
-Matt McAleer & Cumberland Advisors
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