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This bi-weekly podcast provides the latest update and overview of our data-driven models:
- the Asbury 6 for Risk Management
- the Correction Protection Model (CPM) for Wealth Preservation
- the SEAF (Sector ETF Asset Flows) Model for Sector Rotation
- the CARP (Cross Asset Relative Performance) Model for Relative Performance
- the US vs. The World Model for Global Asset Allocation
These models collectively determine two things: 1) when to be invested, and 2) what to be invested in.
The Asbury 6, our Tactical risk management model, is a combination of six diverse market metrics that we combined to look beyond the day-to-day, up-and-down noise of the stock market to determine its actual health — in much the same way that a doctor checks patients’ vital signs during an office visit to determine their baseline health. It helps us to identify real, sustainable market advances or declines from computer-driven traps for investors.
The Asbury 6 through April 14th is shown below. The “A6” has been on a Positive, Risk On status since March 29th. The S&P 500 has risen by 3.4% since then.
A Positive status in the “A6” indicates the market’s internal health is currently favorable for a Tactical rise in stock prices.
The SEAF Model scores chart below displays the latest rankings through April 14th, 2023. SEAF is an acronym for Sector ETF Asset Flows. The SEAF Model was created to quantitatively identify long/overweight opportunities in US market sectors. SEAF does this by “following the money” as it moves around the 11 Select Sector SPDR ETFs, which together comprise the S&P 500.
Following the movement of money identifies these opportunities sooner and more accurately because the SEAF Model lets us see the money moving before the trends this money movement creates become apparent.
- Favored sectors have a score of between 1 and 15 (green)
- Neutral sectors have a score of between 16 and 24 (yellow)
- Not Favored sectors have a score between 25 and 33 (red)
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Disclaimer: This is provided for information purposes only and is not intended to be a solicitation to buy or sell securities. The performance indicated from back-testing or historical track record may not be typical of future performance. No inferences may be made and no guarantees of profitability are being stated by Asbury Research LLC. The risk of loss trading in financial assets can be substantial. Therefore, you should carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your financial condition.