18 August 19
Market Matters Weekend Report Sunday 18th August 2019
18 August 19
Market Matters Weekend Report Sunday 18th August 2019
16 August 19
Phew - a big week comes to a close (TLS, OML, COH, NCM, SGR, HLS)
16 August 19
5 stocks we are considering into the current market panic & a word on recent performance (BIN, ALL, MQG, OZL, APX)
15 August 19
Not a good day to miss earnings expectations – market falls 2.85% (TLS, BKL, TWE, SUL, WPL, WHC, ORA, CWY)
15 August 19
Should we buy more gold stocks as volatility increases? - (CSL, EVN, GDX, MFG, NCM, NST, PGH, RSG, SAR)
14 August 19
A mixed day on the reporting front (PGH, CSL, NAB, TAH)
14 August 19
Income Report: Are we finding income opportunities amongst Hybrids? (NAB, TAH)
14 August 19
Overseas Wednesday – International Equities & ETF Portfolios (MFG, COH, CYB, BABA US, 700 HK, 2318 HK, SH US, TYU9, GOVT US)
13 August 19
Magellan to raise capital for future growth after reporting strong result (MFG, CGF)
13 August 19
Keep your fingers on the pulse, there’s lots going on (JBH)
The ASX200 feels simply horrible at present but then again it usually does at good buying opportunities. We again underperformed most of our global piers last week falling just under 2% as we embraced the negative sentiment around the US election. Who would have thought that Donald Trump may become arguably the most powerful man in the world next week. The current market is all about next Tuesdays US election and to a lesser extent some individual performances from Australian stocks. Last night the US employment data, often the most important event of the month for markets, was largely in line with expectations except for a 0.4% increase in wages. This acceleration in wages growth we believe will be the catalyst for the US to raise interest rates in December and again into 2017. However we also believe markets are underestimating the pickup in inflation that is likely to follow this wages growth plus many years of unprecedented "free money" provided by the major central banks. After the US election next week we will focus on stocks that perform well, and poorly, during periods of rising inflation as we formulate an investment path for the next few years.
The local market has accelerated to the downside once it broke the critical 5400 support area. With ANZ and Westpac paying meaty dividends in the coming weeks further pressure would normally be expected to hit the overall index. We have pointed out a few times that the heavyweight banking sector usually performs badly in November with the 3 majors that go ex-dividend regularly falling by noticeably more than the dividend. On Friday we witnessed this phenomenon from NAB who fell ~2.5% more than its 99c fully franked dividend. Already for November CBA, who pays no dividend until next February has fallen 3.3% leading the market lower which has fallen only 2.6%.
Lets apply some simple common sense to our local market today. The ASX200 has fallen 318-points (5.8%) over recent weeks with the US election / Trump fears a significant negative influence. However with the outcome likely next Tuesday night the local fund managers may be close to putting their toe in the water and perhaps allocating a % of their free cash to work. They could be quickly frustrated if we get a huge relief rally on a Clinton, or Trump, win and they have missed some excellent bargains. Overall we unfortunately remain negative the ASX200 unless it can close over 5265 and especially 5400 but we see major support looming at the 5100 area and believe a 100-point "relief rally" is very close at hand. We are considering some selective buying opportunities next week.
ASX200 Weekly Chart
The US stock market has now fallen for 9-consecutive days as Donald Trump's election campaign gains traction. The "Fear Index" VIX has almost doubled as the uncertainty builds.....who will win the race to the Whitehouse? Let's take a deep breath and stand back from the noise and look at the simple facts at hand:
1. The US stock market usually drifts into a close election and then rallies strongly whoever wins - the initial gains are on average close to 5%. The S&P500 is less than 5% below its all-time high after falling for 4-months, clearly a drift, not a plummet.
2. The strongest seasonal period for US stocks is November through to January.
3. After 9-consective declines US stocks usually rally like an uncoiling spring.
4.The market entered the BREXIT vote in a very complacent manner however clearly the opposite is true of this US Presidential election where some bad news is clearly being factored into the markets i.e. stocks down, bonds and gold up.
There is an old saying in the market "buy on rumour sell on fact", arguably the opposite has been in play as we enter the next week's vote. We cannot help but think of legendary investor Warren Buffett's famous quote in today's market when so many people are extremely scarred of the looming US election.
"Be fearful when other are greedy and greedy when others are fearful" - Warren Buffett.
Interestingly a Trump victory may be short-term ok for stocks with his mandate for huge tax cuts and fiscal infrastructure spending, the longer term ramifications are clearly far more uncertain. We would definitely not be short US stocks over the coming weeks at this point in time.
S&P500 Quarterly Chart
Unfortunately corporate Australia has been a huge negative influence on the local share market over recent weeks with the vast majority of both unfolding situations and company reports leading to significant share price declines. Below tells the tale of the last months trading where the ASX200 has fallen 5.2%, we have only included stocks that have moved over 10% or the ist would be too long! :
1. Declines: Bank of Queensland (BOQ) -12.6%, Crown (CWN), Star Entertainment (SGR) -20.2%, Flight Centre (FLT) -16.2%, Henderson (HGG) -17.4%, AMP Ltd -15.8%, Santos (STO) -12.7%, Oil Search (OSH) -10.4%, Caltex (CTX) -13.2%, Ansell (ANN) -11.2%, Healthscope (HSO) -29.1%, Cochlear (COH) -13%, Ramsay Healthcare (RHC) -11.7%, Resmed (RMD) -11.3%, Boral (BLD) -13.9%, Fairfax (FXJ) -16.7%, REA Group 14.7%, Iron Mountain (INM) -10.7%, JBH HI-FI (JBH) -10.5%, Carsales.com -16.3% and TPG Telecom (TPM) -11.2%.
2. Advances: Newcrest (NCM) +11.4% and Northern Star (NST) +10.8%.
An incredibly sobering list of 21 losers and only 2 winners courtesy of the flight to gold ahead of the US election. Also a number of high profile companies like Wesfarmers (-9.3%) were close to making the losers list. It's very easy to see why local investors are throwing up their hands, the only game in town has been the resources space and of course bricks & mortar. Overall this list of "problems' is why we believe our market will struggle to get off the floor to any meaningful degree even if the US market makes fresh highs.
Our current view is buy healthcare / beaten up stocks at attractive levels while not chasing stocks on mass - remember seasonally November / December is when the Healthcare sector usually outperforms the market.
In Mondays report we will cover 3 stocks we are considering buying ahead of the US election plus two potential trading positions.
Standout technical chart (s) of the week
Woolworths has been a great example of "Symmetry Waves" that we watch carefully for technical triggers. In 2016 WOW bounced $5.75, a very similar correction to the $5.60 rally in 2014. While we are 50-50 just here our "Gut Feel" is WOW will fall under $20 before offering good risk/reward on a recovery story - simply a bit more time is required.
Woolworths (WOW) Weekly Chart
Our view is the local market has now turned bearish unless the ASX200 can close over 5265. The jury is still out on overseas markets who remain in a holding pattern ahead of the US election. We will be very selective buyers moving forward looking for stocks that should be ok in an increasing inflationary environment.
US equities have reached fresh all-time highs, our strategy remains clearly defined - we are wearing our "Sellers Hat" looking to slowly lighten equities exposure into any strength.
What Matters this week
The ASX200's is set to open down 25-points on Monday, with little major lead from overseas markets but we are unfortunately in a negative frame of mind at present.
Potential Investing opportunities for the coming week(s)
See Mondays report for 3 stocks we are considering buying at current levels, ahead of the US election.
Potential Trading opportunities for the coming week
See Mondays report for 2 stocks we are considering as trades ahead of the US election.
* Watch out for trading alerts.
Portfolio / Trade Holdings
The Market Matters Portfolio:
We recently trimmed our banking exposure which currently looks a good move. We allocated half of the proceeds into Ansell, but more importantly our overall cash position has increased to 21% - never enough when the market has a bad few weeks!
The ASX200 had another poor week closing down just 103-points (1.9%), we are now negative the local market while its under 5265.
Chart 1 – ASX200 Monthly Chart
Chart 2 – ASX200 Weekly Chart
Chart 3 – ASX200 Daily Chart
Chart 4 - SPI (Share Price Index) December Futures 60-mins Chart
Chart 5a ASX200 Banking Index Monthly Chart
Chart 5b ASX200 Financials Index (excl. REIT's) Weekly Chart
Chart 6 Volatility (VIX) Index Weekly Chart
Short-term interest rates in the US look ready to move significantly higher but we may see a few more weeks / months sideways action first. The picture is similarly locally where we see higher interest rates on the horizon but probably a little further down the track.
Chart 7a – Australian 3-year bonds Weekly Chart
Chart 7b – The US 10-year Interest Rate Monthly Chart
Chart 7c – The US 2-year Interest Rate Monthly Chart
The US stock market has now fallen for 9 straight days as concerns around next Tuesday's election grow, statistically we should rally hard from here, let's wait and see what happens on Tuesday.
Chart 8 – Dow Jones Index Monthly Chart
Chart 9 – Russell 3000 Weekly Chart
Chart 10a – US S&P500 Index Monthly Chart
Chart 10b – US S&P500 Index Daily Chart
Chart 10c – US S&P500 Banking Index Monthly Chart
Chart 10d – US S&P500 Healthcare Index Quarterly Chart
Chart 11 – NYSE Composite Index Monthly Chart
Chart 12 – Russell 2000 Index Monthly Chart
Chart 13 – US NASDAQ Index Monthly Chart
Chart 14 – The Canadian Composite Index Monthly Chart
European indices remain tricky and neutral, they appear to be treading water with the US market ahead of the Trump v Clinton vote on 8th November - overall European Indices are slowly gaining positive momentum.
Chart 15 – Euro Stoxx 50 Index Monthly Chart
Chart 16 – UK FTSE Index Weekly Chart
Chart 17 – Spanish IBEX Index Monthly Chart
Chart 18 – German DAX Index Monthly Chart
Asian & Emerging Markets Indices
The Hang Seng and China indices look ready to rally, the Nikkei conversely still needs to close over 17,500 to look positive..
Chart 19 – Hang Seng Weekly Chart
Chart 20 – China Shanghai Composite Index Weekly Chart
Chart 21a – Emerging Markets MSCI ETF Weekly Chart
Chart 22 – Japanese Nikkei 225 Index Monthly Chart
The Australian stock market again had a very poor week with some large individual stock moves, unfortunately primarily on the downside e.g. Flight Centre (FLT) -11.3%, Mayne Pharma (MYX) -13.8% and Carsales.com (CAR) -8.1%.
Chart 23 – BHP Billiton ADR ($US) Monthly Chart
Chart 24 – BHP Billiton (BHP) Weekly Chart
Chart 25a – Woodside Petroleum (WPL) Monthly Chart
Chart 25b – Origin Energy (ORG) Weekly Chart
Chart 25c – Oil Search (OSH) Weekly Chart
Chart 26 – RIO Tinto Ltd (RIO) Weekly Chart
Chart 27 – Fortescue Metals (FMG) Monthly Chart
Chart 27b – Independence Group (IGO) Weekly Chart
Chart 28 – Newcrest Mining (NCM) Monthly Chart
Chart 29 – Regis Resources (RRL) Weekly Chart
Chart 30 – Northern Star Resources (NST) Weekly Chart
Chart 31 – Market Vectors Gold ETF Daily Chart
Chart 32a – Commonwealth Bank (CBA) Quarterly Chart
Chart 32b – Commonwealth Bank (CBA) Daily Chart
Chart 33 – ANZ Bank (ANZ) Weekly Chart
Chart 34 – Westpac Bank (WBC) Daily Chart
Chart 35 – National Australia Bank (NAB) Weekly Chart
Chart 36 – Macquarie Group (MQG) Monthly Chart
Chart 37a – Bank of Queensland (BOQ) Weekly Chart
Chart 37b – Bendigo & Adelaide Bank (BEN) Monthly Chart
Chart 38a – AMP Ltd (AMP) Monthly Chart
Chart 38b – Henderson Group (HGG) Weekly Chart
Chart 39a – Sydney Airports (SYD) Monthly Chart
Chart 39b – Mantra Group (MTR) Daily Chart
Chart 40 – Suncorp Group (SUN) Monthly Chart
Chart 41 – Insurance Australia (IAG) Monthly Chart
Chart 42 – QBE Insurance (QBE) Monthly Chart
Chart 43 – Wesfarmers Ltd (WES) Weekly Chart
Chart 44 – Woolworths Ltd (WOW) Weekly Chart
Chart 45a – Seek Ltd (SEK) Monthly Chart
Chart 45b – REA Group (REA) Monthly Chart
Chart 46 – Telstra Corp. (TLS) Monthly Chart
Chart 47 – Vocus Communications (VOC) Weekly Chart
Chart 48 – TPG Telecom (TPM) Monthly Chart
Chart 49 – Westfield Corp. (WFD) Monthly Chart
Chart 50– CSL Ltd (CSL) Monthly Chart
Chart 51 Ramsay Healthcare (RHC) Monthly Chart
Chart 52– Healthscope (HSO) Weekly Chart
Chart 53 - Ansell (ANN) Monthly Chart
Chart 54 – Amcor Ltd (AMC) Monthly Chart
Chart 55a – Crown Resorts (CWN) Monthly Chart
Chart 55b – Star Entertainment (SGR) Weekly Chart
Chart 56– Bellamys (BAL) Weekly Chart
Chart 56b– Blackmore's (BKL) Monthly Chart
Chart 57– JB Hi-Fi (JBH) Monthly Chart
Chart 58– Harvey Norman (HVN) Monthly Chart
The $A like many markets is very trickly at present, we continue to eventually target the ~65c region but short-term we "just" favour ongoing strength for the $A towards the 81c area.
The $US is 50-50 just here technically although we have a "Gut feel" positive bias, a kick over 102 would complete a classic advance structure, currently the market is giving us few clues which is no surprise with the US election looming next week.
Chart 59a– Australian Dollar (AUD) Monthly Chart
Chart 59b– The $US Index Monthly Chart
Cracks appeared in gold recently as it fell ~US60/oz but failed to reach our $US1200/oz support area. The market will be clearer after the US election.
Copper remains in a negative downtrend on a longer-term basis targeting prices over 20% lower.
Our target for Crude Oil of +$US60/barrel again looks distant thought after last week's weakness, it needs to punch through $US52/barrel to look good.
Iron Ore has achieved our +$US70/tonne target, technically we remain neutral but a potential "abc" target of ~$US80/tonne has raised its head.
Chart 60 – Gold Monthly Chart
Chart 61 – Copper Monthly Chart
Chart 62 – Crude Oil Monthly Chart
Chart 63 – Iron Ore Monthly Chart
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