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The Stock Market in 2020…
Where Will It Go From Here?

Q4 – 2019

SectorStories is an emerging free public service, founded to share the key stories driving short-term and longer-term stock market movements within the primary economic sectors. Our goal is focused on empowering the average small investor with insight to make informed choices. SectorStories will soon be offered as an added feature of Uvida's upcoming Business Membership and supported by carefully screened reputable advertising messages.

Setting aside the almost daily roller-coaster, induced by the 'Trump Factor', it's no secret that the 10-year-long net effect of abnormally low interest rates and the full repeal of Glass-Steagall twenty years ago have had a profound effect on overall stock market participation.

Today's Insanely High Average P/E Ratio

As we march into 2020, the Shiller P/E Ratio for the S&P 500 has been floating recently between 28 and 34… the second highest point in history! That's more than double the stock market's average Price/Earnings Ratio over the past 100 years. On October 1, 1929, a month before the infamous crash, it stood at 28.94. Learn more

The Power of Long & Short ETFs

ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) are an efficient way to invest in both broad market indices (Dow, S&P, NASDAQ, Russell) AND individual sectors. ETFs combine the best features of index mutual funds with the trading flexibility of individual securities. ETFs provide excellent diversification benefits, with low expenses relative to other investing strategies.

You can gain nearly complete market exposure with just a handful of ETFs, without the risk inherent in individual stock picks, yet still manage your portfolio actively by moving in and out of ETFs as both long and short conditions dictate. SectorStories will continually analyze market sectors and provide you with alerts when it may be time to trade. This is NOT a day-trading service. SectorStories is designed to maximize returns with minimal downside risk by signaling no more than 25-30 trades per year, seeking an average 3%-5% gain per trade.