Indicator Update for February 23rd, 2013

As a small housekeeping note I am posting the Indicator Snapshot for last week. This allows a complete record of the data series. I always plan to post the regular WTWA column, even when traveling or taking time off. Since regular business comes first, I sometimes do not have time to write. I am considering […]

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Investors: How to Profit by Understanding the Fed

Why have so many TV “experts” been so wrong about the market? Many blame government. This demonstrates that they fail to include the government factor in their forecasts. The recessionistas asserted that economic decline was inevitable. Investors were assaulted with negative stories. This included multiple TV appearances by the ECRI and weekly columns from Hussman […]

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Lessons from the Crash of ’87

Friday, October 19th, is the 25th anniversary of the stock market crash of 1987.  I was a mere three weeks into my new job as research director for a group of market makers at the Chicago Board Options Exchange.  It was a dramatic experience.  Mrs. OldProf was visiting both to celebrate our anniversary and to […]

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