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B.E.C.C. Report with Scott McCormick!

 

B.E.C.C. Report with Scott McCormick!

  

What is the B.E.C.C. Report? B.E.C.C. (pronounced Bek) is an acronym for Bonds, Equities, Commodities, and Currencies and reports on the current status of these major asset classes. The B.E.C.C. Report reviews the performance of the various asset classes in an effort to identify the location of the current market as it relates to the broader economic and market/business cycle.  It also identifies specific technical levels for each key component within the asset classes revealing market structure (trend), and key support/resistance (demand/supply) levels in an effort to identify the appropriate investment, and risk management strategies.

What is covered? Performance Review of the 30 Yr US Bond, The S&P 500, the CRB Commodities Index, the U.S. Dollar. Performance review for the major equity sectors. Breadth and Sentiment readings for the S&P 500 and New York Stock Exchange. Identification of the market structure (trend) and Support/Resistance (Demand/Supply) levels for each of the key asset classes, economically sensitive commodities such as crude oil and copper, and major U.S. Dollar Index components including the EURO, Japanese YEN, and the British Pound.

Why attend? Gain insight into the technical analysis and forecasting tools/techniques used which will help you consider and refine your own processes utilized in the management of your long term assets.  Find out which assets classes and sectors are outperforming, and what should be considered next.  Find out how to use information garnered from analyzing several asset classes to formulate a portfolio strategy.

Who should attend?  Anyone with an interest in the markets and technical analysis.  Anyone with “Long Term” investment assets such as bonds, stocks, mutual funds, commodities,  or currencies.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Would like to see the same presentation every month, very informative.

    June 14, 2012

  • Winifred

    Great-

    Sector rotation and market cycle is a helpful odds enhancer!

    Unfortunately one cannot do screen captures of the slides at a live presentation.

    June 14, 2012

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