and a billion other stocks.
I used to love
trading platform. I could trade everything on that thing. But I haven't followed the story of the stock
until blogger Winston Kotzan did the deep dive
Please, please can
. I don't own it or anything but it's like the one stock that's a proxy for the global economy.
My neighbor, and probably the best trader I've ever seen (I didn't see him have a down week in the 3 years I was following his trades), is moving to Norway to set up a hedge fund. I'm going to write about his techniques at a later time, but here are
. And, believe me, Norway is
247 Wall St speculates on
A Dash of Insight describes the relationship between
, which harkens back to Ed Thorp's book,
Beat the Dealer
, from the 60s, right before he started a mega hedge fund.
is back on track with
The market is almost
fairly valued according to the Fed Model
. However, I'll note that from the 50s through the 90s it was overvalued and still the market went up.
and others make their way to
and we examine the cause.
Phil, Phil, Phil. Please stop mentioning my name whenever you want the Department of Justice to listen to your argument about your rights being taken from you when you have to disclose your positions. Just disclose them like a man! Meanwhile,
Stay tuned: What will the new
will collect the 100 best witticisms and wise sayings from John Mackey, CEO of
Whole Foods Market
( WFMI) in his Yahoo! message board posts.
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