DIN Newsletter for August 8, 2016

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Stock Of The Day: Buy or Sell?

AES (AES) is a Buy

Chart for AES

Risk levels may be somewhat lower than normal.


CHARTS OF THE DAY

PHYSICIANS REALTY TRUST [DOC]

Chart for DOC

DOC share price is $21.05, which is 1% above its 21-day moving average of $20.76.

DOC share price is $21.05, which is 7% above its 50-day moving average of $19.69.

DOC share price is $21.05, which is 25% above its 200-day moving average of $16.86.


SPDR MSCI Australia Quality Mix ETF [QAUS]

Chart for QAUS

QAUS share price is $50.01, which is 3% above its 21-day moving average of $48.34.

QAUS share price is $50.01, which is 6% above its 50-day moving average of $47.14.

QAUS share price is $50.01, which is 6% above its 200-day moving average of $47.16.


WisdomTree High-Yielding Equity Fund [DHS]

Chart for DHS

DHS share price is $67.24, which is 1% above its 21-day moving average of $66.67.

DHS share price is $67.24, which is 4% above its 50-day moving average of $64.78.

DHS share price is $67.24, which is 12% above its 200-day moving average of $60.23.



Economic Indicators

Total Market Cap / GDP

Chart for Total Market Cap / GDP

The ratio of the Total Market Capitalization (Wilshire 5000) to United States GDP is 1.2171. This is 40.3% above the historic median figure of 0.87.

The higher the Market Cap/GDP figure is relative to its median level, the higher the perceived risk in the market. Markets can remain overvalued for extended time periods.


S&P Earnings Growth

Chart for S&P Earnings Growth

The S&P Earnings Growth is -12.91. This is 213.6% below the historic median figure of 11.37.

When the S&P Earnings Growth trends lower, the stock market is perceived to have higher risk.


Sentiment

VIX

Chart for VIX

The VIX figure is 11.39. This is 35.8% below the historic median figure of 17.74.

The CBOE Volatility Index® (VIX®) is a key measure of market expectations of near-term volatility conveyed by S&P 500 stock index option prices. Historically, VIX levels above 50 correlate closely with periods of stock market panic while VIX levels below 20 are more typical during relatively calm periods in the market.

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