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Moosecalls is all about Global Investment Markets, It takes a regional approach to following US and international equity markets using exchange traded index funds to analyze stocks, bonds, commodities, and currencies.
Moosecalls takes an expanded look at US Investments. It tracks momentum in US equities, large-cap (SPY) and small-cap (IWM); US Treasuries, long (EDV) and short (SHY); as well as 25 major US equity sectors and the US Dollar (UUP), enumerating the bullish and bearish assumptions of each. It reports on weekly Fed developments, recession probabilities, weekly US economic data releases, as well as exogenous events that may impact your money.
Moosecalls covers International Stocks and Global commodities. It tracks momentum in European equities (IEV), Japanese Equities (EWJ), Asia Pacific ex Japan equities (AAXJ), and Latin American equities (ILF), touching on the major currencies. It covers the commodity space in general (DBC) as well as gold bullion (GLD) and oil (USO). It compares technical conditions enumerating the bullish and bearish assumptions of each. It reports on BoJ, BoE, and ECB developments as well as exogenous events potentially impacting prices.
Moosecalls provides weekly updates on three proprietary momentum models-- Index Moose, US Equity Strategy Moose, and TSP Moose, providing switch signals, transaction histories and performance estimates to let you know which strategy is performing best.
Moosecalls includes a special section for Federal employees whose retirement funds are in the Thrift Savings Plan. It uses momentum to evaluate and rank the five TSP index funds-- cash (G), fixed income (F), US large-caps (C), US small-caps (S), and International stocks (I) along with four diversified "Lifetime" portfolios-- very aggressive (L2050), aggressive (L2040) moderate (L2030) and conservative (L Income).
Moospeak provides commentary on a wide array of current political and economic issues that may have a bearing on global investments. The slant, as this is an investment website, is pro-capital, pro-investor, pro-free economy, pro-personal prosperity attitudes.
Moosnippets is the newsletter archive . Gluttons for punishment can read every back issue of Moosecalls and Moospeak going back to 2009. Unfortunately, the new site conversion failed to import the files from the old site, and the page set-up, which is extensive, will have to be manual. Please bear with me.
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