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Market Commentary, January 8, 2014 (Part 1 of 2)
As we said in our last market commentary of 2013:
“The stock market continues its “melt up”. There is really nothing wrong with
this market short-term or intermediate-term. We remain fully allocated in all
portfolios, as we have throughout the government shutdown and the
“Obamacare” fallout.”
We continue to remain fully allocated in all portfolios, up to each individual
client’s model. The trend remains up on all timeframes, i.e., daily, weekly and
monthly. Even with the minor pullbacks we have had, including 2014, the “bulls”
have never really lost control (yet), as we confirm using our various technical
tools. Here is a picture of the Wilshire 5000 (S&P 500 looks similar) on a weekly
chart. I consider the weekly chart to show us things slower than a daily chart, but
faster than a monthly chart, more of an “intermediate” time frame. You can see the
trend remains solidly up.
See below:

We have made small changes with various ETF and Mutual Fund tools along the
way, but really just “equity swaps”, where we swap out one investment tool for
another. As an investment shows signs breaking down, we swap it out for
something that looks better, keeping the same diversification and asset allocation,
but potentially resulting in better performance. This is “hands-on” ongoing, money
management; instead of just relying on diversification to help us during a bear
market or severe pullback, and limiting our gains during uptrends. We simply take
the same approach one would at any firm (asset allocation, diversification,
rebalancing, etc.): but, invest in only what looks strong, or soon should be, while
not overly concentrating in one area. We do this with daily monitoring, and
various forms of in-depth technical analysis.

Clients should note an actual significant improvement in portfolios, especially
since the beginning of the 4th quarter of 2013, and I only believe it will get better.
Along with more technical knowledge and tools we acquire each year in our
analysis, we would not be able to do as well (or efficiently) without the “new”
Enhanced Trading System LPL Financial rolled out last year. It is a phenomenal
platform if you are a Money Manager, not just a Financial Advisor.
Despite “diversification”, here is an example of a sector we did not hold last year,
which is gold (GLD), nor did we hold silver, as they look similar. When the time
is right, we will get back into it.
See below:

Here is an example of something we did hold in 2013, and there is still nothing
wrong with it (yet). It’s FAN, an ETF for the Global Wind Energy sector.
See below:

Stay tuned…
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representations are shown for illustrative purposes only. Dillon Financial, LLC does not
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