Alpha Investment Newsletter Sees 13% Downside in the S&P 500 Index

June 20, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Americas, Banking, Business, Capital Markets, World 

New York, June 20, 2012 — Note to Investors: The S&P 500 Index has recently bounced back from the correction seen in May 2012 after taking support at 1280.

While the latest FOMC communication from the US Fed does not reveal any QE3 indication in the near future, it is possible that some form of QE/LTRO may happen in Europe along with steps towards tighter fiscal management in the EU. Such an event, having only 20% probability in the near term, can move global equity markets up by 10% within a few weeks.

However, in the absence of any material policy action in the US or EU, the S&P500 can rapidly give up the gains of the recent rally from 1270 to 1360, and possibly make new lows for the year 2012 even before the US Govt can try to revive the economy and the stock markets in this election year. Therefore, investors must remain cautious. Read more

Alpha Investment Newsletter Sees 13% Upside in the S&P 500 Index Near Term

September 28, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Americas, Asia-Pacific, Capital Markets, Finance 

http://www.emailwire.com/files/pr_images/mid_thumbs/1_1317243671_71028.jpegNew York, September 28, 2011 — Note to Investors:
The S&P 500 Index is at a critical support level for the last few weeks and based on the index price and volume behavior on good and bad days, there appears to be a rally waiting to happen in the near future.

It will release the pent up stress of the last 2 months – August and September – during which time, the S&P 500 Index has coiled up hard and absorbed a variety of bad news.

The Alpha Investment Newlsetter sees 13% upside in the S&P 500 Index near term.

To capture this opportunity, the Alpha Investment Newlsetter is buying the S&P 500 Index ETF at the current price of $115 for a target of $130, or $15 per ETF share, which translates to 13% gain. This rally may happen in the next 4-8 weeks in the run up to Thanksgiving and Christmas. Read more