This morning I placed an interfund transfer request in my TSP account. This is a discretionary override of my systematic TSP strategy. I changed allocations to 25% C 75% G funds for my existing balance. I will keep a 40% C 60% G fund allocation for new biweekly contributions.
I’m getting more and more bearish for the rest of the year. What does this mean? Probably that the market is about to soar and you should load up on stocks. Well, maybe not…
We’re pretty far above the 200 day average and near all time highs and in a very mature bull market. I could be wrong but am playing it safe(r) here.
The allocation displayed in the top right of the site will continue to reflect the 40/60 allocation until an official strategy change occurs.
On a side note, XIV daily mean reversion (long only) has continued to crush daily follow through since my March post. I’ve been keeping an eye on it and playing it occasionally. I’m sure it will stop working eventually but am enjoying it (in small sizes) while it lasts.
On another side note, my life has been pretty hectic recently and I haven’t been able to do much of the market research I love. I’m hoping things will calm down by the summer.