Isaco, an Isa investment specialist co-founded by brothers Stephen Sutherland and Paul Sutherland, is calling a floor to the current market correction and believes investors should remain fully invested ahead of a potential market rally.
Pursuant to the announcement of Nasdaq listed Intel’s Q2 results on Tuesday this week, which saw its share price lift eight per cent following its best quarterly results ever, coupled with a successful follow-through in the market, a term used to describe the position when one of the main indexes rises more than 1.7 per cent on increased volume from the day previous, Stephen Sutherland (pictured) predicts that the market is now positioned to make a fundamental and upwardly shift.
"The intelligent investor’s rule is to never exit a bull market even when they believe a correction is imminent. Even though the market will occasionally correct during a bull market, the most intelligent investors sit tight. The leading Nasdaq market ended Tuesday’s session with a healthy gain of 1.99 per cent. The S&P 600, the markets second leading index, performed even better rising 3.25 per cent. This increase was led by Institutional investors. Given 75 per cent of the market’s future direction is influenced by the key Institutions, successful follow-throughs often confirm the start of a new rally," says Stephen Sutherland.
The company, which educates investors on the practice of trading investment funds using an Isa, a Sipp or both, provides daily market update reports for high net worth and ultra high net worth investors.
"Isaco’s investment philosophy differs from the majority view, because the company always based its outlook and decisions on fact rather than opinion. I personally look at what has happened previously, and that tells me what is likely to happen moving forward. At the moment, the price and volume action remains positive, and the combination of the previous week’s bullish market behaviour with the successful follow-through and Intel’s record earnings announcement tells me that it is an optimum time to adopt either a hold position if already invested or a buy position if currently on the sidelines," adds Stephen Sutherland.