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Would you like a trading system that doubles, even triples your portfolio each year… and… would you like to do it with minimal losses?

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His name is Mark McMillan.

Over the last three years, he has systematically ETF Trend traded the major indices (DIA, QQQ and SPY)…and doubled, even tripled his returns.

There’s something else about Mark you need to know. He hates losing money.

Mark’s been a long-time subscriber to the Stock Barometer. He didn’t show up on my radar until I started chatting with him over e-mail a few years back.

When I realized what he’d figured out about market behavior and reversals… I started harassing him to write for me.

Here’s the deal with Mark. He’s a history and economics major who got into software engineering, technology marketing and all sorts of diverse knowledge. At heart, he’s a problem solver.

So in 2000, he decided he wanted to figure out how to practically never lose money in the market. To him, the pain of losing money outweighs the pleasure of making money any day.

After years of agony, heavy research and insane calculations… Mark’s discovered exactly how to tell when a market is trending, trading and… when reversals are about to occur.

In 2007, he started putting it all to the test and writing The McMillan Portfolio.

Here are the results of what happened when he started implementing his system:

Mark’s use of behavioral economics in trading the major indices is only one half of what you’ll get when you subscribe to The McMillan Portfolio.

Mark is also a reversal specialist who discovers undervalued stocks as they’re just about to make a turnaround. He’s got five positions in that portfolio right now at and he’s about to reveal more.

Let me share some figures with you…

OK. It’s unfair to show you the positive without the negative. As I said many times before, Mark hates losing. He usually gets out of losing trades extremely quick. But he is holding on to one particular trade right now you should be aware of.

You’ve seen the performance numbers above. Mark HATES losing. And using his conservative trading strategy for the major indices (QQQ, SPY & DIA), he has helped his subscribers double their account every year since 2007. In the most volatile year of 2008, he nearly quadrupled his SPY trades… closing the year at a 277.63% return.

Mark is the only professional trader I know of on earth who’s figured out when the market is trending or trading. He tells you what each of the major indices are doing every, single trading day.

If you trend trade the major index ETFs as he exactly prescribes, you’d get the same results he delivers.

What would it be worth to you… to know exactly if the market is bullish, bearing, trending or trading? How many trades did you get whipsawed out of this year? How many reversals did you miss?

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Mark is on track to beating the DJI, SPX and NASD-100 again this year already. In his value portfolio, he is sitting on 187.3% of profits from trades he entered a year or so ago. He’s about to call the tops on three other major indices.  Simply one of the best ETF portfolios out there.

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P.S. Did you hear about Goldman Sachs last week? Mark’s got some interesting insights that could make you a lot of money.

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ETF Positions indicated as Green are Long ETF positions and those indicated as Red are short positions.


The State of the stock market is used to determine how you should trade.  A trending market can ignore support and resistance levels and maintain its direction longer than most traders think it will. 


The BIAS is used to determine how aggressive or defensive you should be with an ETF position.  If the BIAS is Bullish but the stock market is in a Trading state, you might enter a short trade to take advantage of a reversal off of resistance.  The BIAS tells you to exit that ETF trade on “weaker” signals than you might otherwise trade on as the stock market
is predisposed to move in the direction of BIAS.


At Risk is generally neutral represented by “-“.  When it is “Bullish” or “Bearish” it warns of a potential change in the BIAS.


The Moving Averages are noted as they are important signposts used by the Chartists community in determining the relative health of the markets.

Best ETFs to buy now (current positions):

The actual entry price is reflected in current positions in this section.  Dividend Payments received adjust the
base price reflected in the table further above.

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The major indexes opened lower and continued down that path through the
session.  Leading indexes took the largest hits with all falling near two percent or more.  In addition, the bank indexes fell
nearly three percent.  The Dow lost less than one percent and the S&P-500 lost less than 1.5%.
All other equity indexes that we regularly report on fell even harder.  The Dow is the only index
above its 20-, 50- and 200-Day Moving Averages (DMAs).  Most other equity indexes closed below
their 20- and 50-DMAs.  This left the bank indexes in downtrend states and the other equity indexes in trading
states.  The Longer Term Bonds (TLT 126.37 +1.07) posted a fractional gain and shifted to an uptrend state closing above its 20-,
50- and 200-DMAs with a NEUTRAL BIAS.
Trading volume on the NYSE rose but remained light with 859M shares traded.  On the NASDAQ, volume increased remaining
average with 2.175B shares traded.

Apple
(AAPL 155.27 -5.16) fell more than three percent!  AAPL closed above its 20-, 50- and
200-DMAs but shifted to a trading state.  AAPL is the largest component of the NASDAQ-100 and the second largest of
the S&P-500, and a big component of the Dow. 

Seadrill Limited
(SDRL 0.32 -0.019) fell more than five percent.  SDRL closed below its 20-, 50- and 200-DMAs.  It remains in a trading
state.  SDRL has a BEARISH BIAS. 

In addition to the weekly natural gas inventory report, there were five economic reports of interest released:

·
PPI (Jul) fell -0.1% versus an expected +0.2% rise

·
Core PPI (Jul) fell -0.1% versus an expected +0.2% rise

·
Initial Jobless Claims for last week came in at 244K versus an expected 240K

·
Continuing Jobless Claims for last week came in at 1.951M versus the prior week’s 1.967M

The first four reports were released an hour before the open.  The final report was released an hour
into trading.

The U.S. dollar fell a tenth of one percent.  The dollar is in a trading state.  The dollar closed below its 20-, 50- and 200-DMAs.  The dollar has a
BEARISH BIAS. 

The implied volatility for the S&P-500 (VIX 16.04 +4.93) soared thirty-five
percent higher and closed above its to closed above its 20-, and 50- and 200-DMA
remaining in an uptrend state.  The implied volatility for the NASDAQ-100 (VXN 19.06 +3.63) soared twenty-four
percent.  It closed above its 20-, 50- and 200-DMAs and shifted to an uptrend state. 

Market internals were bearish with decliners leading advancers 6:1 on the NYSE and by 4:1 on the NASDAQ.  Down volume led up volume 6:1 on the
NYSE and by 4:1 on the NASDAQ.  Note: We have not seen these sort of extremes since October 11th last year.  The index put/call ratio fell -0.36 to
close at 0.69.  The equity put/call ratio rose +0.05 to close at 0.88.  Note: It is unusual for the index put/call
ratio to fall by a large degree on a large down day.  We don’t understand why more downside
insurance wasn’t taken out.

AAPL fell more than three percent and was a big influencer on losses by the major indexes.  With that said, the vast
majority of stocks fell as near panic over a potential military conflict with North Korea spooked traders.  Safe
haven investments continue to be favored but we believe that stocks are more
likely to bounce here than continue a significant slide.  At this time, the dip should be viewed
as a buying opportunity as we believe the bulls will be buying on Friday.  Stay tuned.

Friday’s bounce on very light volume is setting up the potential next weak
day.  The challenge with it being Monday is it’s month end.  Last
Thursday’s action showed just how much damage can be caused by one of the FANG
member stocks having a bad day.  Looking through those stocks, if selling
picks up, they’ll likely drive the Qs down to the 128 level – and that’s just
for starters.

Here’s a view of our seasonal charts to gain perspective on the action in the
month ahead – following our standard priority of stocks, bonds, dollar, gold,
oil, and nat gas.

Conditions are right for a correction – stocks are in a seasonal sideways to
weak period through 10/1 and bonds are also in a window where they show seasonal
strength.  One caveat there is the Fed reducing it’s QE bloated balance
sheet.  They technically have t sell enough but not manufacture a
crash.  We could even see bonds go down, with stocks, driving rates
up.  Do you think the economy is ready for that?  Someone always
has to ruin the party.  And this time it’s the Fed.

Add in that gold is in a seasonal strong period and showing strength and that
further supports weak markets.  Oil is a wild card as inventories dry
up.  Oil prices could melt up for a while as the weak dollar makes oil
cheaper around the globe.  Thus the push into international markets over US
markets.

Nat Gas remains difficult to trade.  I’ll do a full review of our
indicators on Nat Gas (it isn’t called the widow maker for nothing) to see if we
can gain some leverage on what’s driving the trade there.  Still looks to
be forming some sort of double bottom and retest of the Feb 2016 lows, which
could make a good trade.

Friday’s price pattern was a bearish evening star, but we have earnings from
a FANG stock so anything goes today.  Let’s take a look at a 1-3 month
expectations for the Nyse and Nasdaq and then analyze the Nh/Nl data:

As they say, life is like a box of chocolate and you never know what you’re
going to get.  No one can predict the future, but we use the past to keep
our expectations in check.  When indicators get to these levels, markets
are expected to be flat or lower and more so on a one month basis.  If we
remain in a bull market (as evidenced below) on a 3 month basis, there is rarely
a bad time to buy!

We moved the above two indicators back to 2011, to capture the two most
bearish moves from 2011 and August 2015, January 2016.  These make some of
the best long term buy points – but they’re far and few between.  I do
expect something similar this year as the 2009 Bull Market turns over.

With the Net New Highs/lows at a peak, as the line moves lower, it’s
important to understand that we’re still seeing break outs – just fewer and
these are more likely to collapse and retreat back into the base (from a stock
basis).  In a normal / neutral market, the lines should move on both sides
of the scale.  And in a bear market, for the most part, these lines will
remain below zero.  It takes moves like that to make me more bullish – as
I’m currently bearish and can only see minimal upside and maximum potential
downside for the future.  We remain Short on this retest of the previous
highs on the Qs and are looking for a 3-11% move lower from here.

That means we’ll be out with our top 500 covered calls and top stock PUT
options soon as we get more confirmation of a bearish move.

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The signal Market Vane’s Stock Market Indicator – is potentially showing bearish activity for 2017. Subscribe to the Daily Stock Barometer (links below) to find out when to sell the stock market!

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The Bond market is the driver of the stock market, given that the size of the bond market dwarfs that of the stock market. So when the stock market rallies, and the percentage of pension funds with stock and bond ratios needs to be adjusted. And given the recent Trump rally, and bonds selling off, stocks will need to be sold to purchase bonds. It’s that simple.

For 2016, the big issue is the sell off in Bonds.  The Qs (what we specifically trade for alpha and beta) have not participated in this rally, given the strength in the dollar (not pictured here).  So look for a traditional sell in the new year – whether it starts on 1/2 or it starts on mid January (which happens periodically).

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The relationship between stocks and bonds is key to interpreting and predicting future price action. The view is that the bond market is so much larger than the stock market, that money flowing in and out of bonds causes movement in other vehicles, such as stocks.

Take a look at the following momentum chart of the QQQ versus Bonds (in the form of TLT) :

What you can see is initial peaks in the relative action cause markets to pause. The second peak – whether it’s higher or lower, tells you if momentum is shifting.

Where are we now? We’ve had our initial peak in Stocks bouncing relative to Bonds and we’re working on the second peak. We at www.stockbarometer.com expect a bearish divergence to set up the next move lower in the markets. Bonds will bounce, gold will bounce and risky assets will fall. But this action will ultimately set up the next best buying opportunity for the stock market! So stay tuned!

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For the above signal from the Hindenberg Omen to be valid, we need to see the McLellan Oscillator to be negative…it is:

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I don’t use the ADX line much in individual trades but I do use it often for predicting market corrections and crashes. When the ADX line (the black line below) falls below both the directional lines (green and red), it implies that an upward trend has come to an end. A red directional line spiking also shows a potential market correction or crash. Look at how the line acted in August and compare it to today:

I am not outright predicting a crash, but I do want you to be forewarned. A bear market might be on the way. Review our bear market portfolio below and ensure you are holding onto all the positions that mesh with your trading strategy:

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