in our stock market outlook 2013, three dimensions are considered:
- Market fundamentals.
- Seasonality aspects.
- Technical aspects.
1 Market Fundamentals
In this section, you will read our interpretation for the development of key market sectors based on fundamental assumptions about expected changes in supply and demand during the year 2013.
The market for Smart-Phone-
Browser based technology was highly appraised in 2012: GOOG, YHOO. Referring companies are now in need for validation of the achieved appraisals of 2012 in 2013.
The PC and laptop market is already saturated and after a steep drop, companies like Dell and HPQ most likely remain in a sideways mode.
A continues demand is seen in network and server technology: Data files grow bigger, more cloud storage, high demand for faster mobile networks with unlimited data access. Companies serving these fields have an edge:
Data Storage: IBM, SGI, MSFT.
Data Network Providers: QCOM, ORCL, EMC, FFIV.
The consumer sector is at a critical crossroad: Consumer confidence can make the change for another round of growth or a steep drop in the first half of 2013. By the beginning of January 2013, the market momentum shows a negative tendency, which could lead to a down- or sideways trend.
Biggest growth potentials are seen in lifestyle products: SBUX, GMCR, MO, and MCD.
Retail technologists like AMZN and EBAY are already highly appraised and might have a hard time catching up with revenue and profit estimations.
Innovative credit card companies: MA, V, produced high sector growth, facing the need to validate and expand, which will go hand in hand with the consumer confidence and spending in 2013.
With the overall positive development of the financial markets, investment companies like: GS, MS, JPM moved ahead and showed an over-proportionate growth, which needs to be validated by the first quarter 2013 results.
Banks: After waves of restructuring, banks are back to profit. Segment growth will depend on consumer spending in 2013 in particular for new cars and houses.
With no technological change on the horizon, the Industry sector is dull with no clear perspective US Industry leaders like GE, CAT, BA, UTX, MMM.
By the introduction of hydro- and petro fracking, the supply side of oil got increased, which might lead to a slide correction of a so far continued increasing oil price.
The strongest Sector into 2013 is seen in the internet backbone: Server and storage technology, which puts IBM in the forefront of growth technology.
Mobile and high-speed internet access remain in focus; providing companies like QCOM, ORCL, EMC, and FFIV are considered as growth opportunities.
Consumer confidence and spending will be a key factor to decide for the stock market progress in 2013, reaching form the referring reports to employment figures. Traders, mark your calendar for the related new announcements.
2 Seasonal Development
Using the NeverLossTrading seasonality study, we see the following 1-Month and 6-Month perspective:
Sector Short Term (1-Month = 1Mo.); Mid Term (6-Months = 6Mo.)
Technology: Negative momentum (1Mo.) for browser applications like GOOG) Uptrend (1Mo.) for Storage Technology like IBM). Sideways for Computers (1 Mo.). Software: Overall-Uptrend (1Mo. and 6Mo.)
Consumer: Negative momentum (1Mo); Sideways (6Mo).
Financials: Downtrend (1Mo.); Sideways (6Mo.).
Industry: Sideways (1Mo), Sideways (6Mo.).
Energy: Sideways (1Mo.); Sideways (6Mo.).
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Do we have favorite stocks to trade in 2013?
Yes, here are a couple of the Symbols we trade, with their Share Price 12/31/2012, Average Daily Volume, and Sector:
• AAPL: $532, (20 mill. shares exchanged per day), Technology (Business Machines).
• AMZN: $250, (3.5 mill. shares exchanged per day), Consumer (Misc. Retail).
• GOOG: $707, (2.5 mill. shares exchanged per day), Technology (Business Services).
• NFLX: $92.50, (5.0 mill. shares exchanged per day), Consumer (Motion Picture).
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Q: Did the listed stocks not already make their move, would you not want to trade for diversification?
A: The chosen stocks provide strong directional moves, which allows for high returns on a limited risk.
A: Each of those stocks has a great independency from the overall market move and from each other. You will learn to take this as an advantage for making money on up-, down or sideways moves. Hence, no diversification is needed when trading for income instead of growth.
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