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Investing in stocks is about more than just finding good companies selling for an attractive price.  Investors also need to sell those companies – even good companies – when the price is not attractive and prospects for appreciation have diminished.  The Market Update focuses on both buying and selling and since 2008, 92% of the DAGMA Market Update’s recommended stock and exchange-traded fund investments have been profitable:  268 out of 290 positions, at an average gain of 16.6% per position.  The high success rate is not an accident:  by analyzing historical precedent, any investor can determine when probability favors stock price appreciation, and when it does not – with resulting accuracy of greater than 90%!

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This Week In the Market Update…

Thomas Piketty’s Capital: A Criticism, Part 3.  In Capital, Thomas Piketty argues that the best way to reduce income and wealth inequality is a global progressive tax on capital. While progressive taxes are a valuable tool for reducing inequality, the Market Update argues that countries would be better served to tax consumption rather than capital.  Read more

Chart of the Week

As with prior Fed-fueled bull markets, the 2009-2015 Fed-fueled bull market proceeded in 3 stages and resulted in enormous stock price gains.  And now it’s over.  Can U.S. stock prices continue higher without the Fed’s zero interest rate policy (ZIRP)?  Read the November 9 issue to find out.

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Top 5 Stocks

Based on closing prices on 11/20/15. There are not always 5 stocks desirable for purchase.

1. Enbridge (ENB): $36.37
2. Kellogg (K): $66.25
3. Imperial Oil (IMO): $31.37