Tuesday, December 27, 2005

4 Year Presidential Cycle

The Big Picture: 4 Year Presidential Cycle
The theory behind this is that U.S. markets have a tendency to make a high in the 4 year, and a low in the 2nd year of a president's term.
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Saturday, December 24, 2005

Bill Cara rules

Bill Cara: The Bill Cara Rules, Sat., Dec. 24, 2005, 10:53 AM

Rule #1: Be passionate
Rule #3: Get a telescope, a wide-angle lens and a microscope: Create a lifetime trading plan that allows you to manage risks and see opportunities from the big picture, but also helps you focus on quantity and percentage details of building portfolio wealth one day at a time.
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Friday, December 02, 2005

Idle time

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Thursday, December 01, 2005

The Kirk Report : How Markets Really Work

The Kirk Report : How Markets Really Work
Contrary to popular wisdom, it is not better to be a buyer after the market has been strong and has made multiple days of higher highs


Likewise, it is not better to be a seller after the market has shown signs of weakness and has made multiple days of lower lows


The notion that short-term market strength follows through with more market strength appears to be wrong. In fact, historical results show that short-term weakness is followed by short-term strength and short-term strength is followed by short-term underperformance


This seems to be just an stochastics
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