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  • Looking to the West
    Looking to the West Good Morning, It’s been an eventful week across the Atlantic following Trump’s decision to pull one out of the Nixonian playbook ...
  • Weekly Note – May steps into the unknown
    May steps into the unknown Good Morning, When it comes to negotiating the UK’s departure from the EU, the current size of the government’s majority ...
  • Daily Note – A Hopeful Diagnosis?
    Summary Systemic Financial Risk Brewing? Don’t expect banks to run out of money! Market’s overly pessimistic on growth? United States: Housing Data holding up Good ...
  • Daily Note – The man without a plan?
    Summary ECB has no plan and looking to surprise! Winging it with monetary policy! Municipal bond buying is still on the table Complexity in a ...
  • Daily Note – Mario’s Christmas gift?
    Summary Global market round-up ECB opens the door to easing in December What exactly will the ECB do? Good morning, Global equities rallied and EURUSD ...
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  • Most overvalued EVER
    We are currently the most over valued the US stock markets have ever been according to methodology designed by John Hussman. I also found his ...
  • Embarrassing but …
    My last post on this site spoke of shorting the Crypto Bitcoin at around 7000, believing then like I do now that we are in ...
  • Bitcoin Short
    We are currently in a crypto currency mania bubble. I am a believer in Bitcoin and wrote a few years ago about my trade of ...
  • My Career on the Line
    Throughout my hedge fund career I have been willing to make bold moves. More than 2yrs ago I setup the Sefirot Freestyle strategy to outperform ...
  • This Time is Like No Other
    I know I am in the minority when I say that the world finances are on the brink of a major sea change. Of course ...
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  • Key financial indicators are healthy
    Monday's post focused on key economic indicators. Today's post focuses on key financial indicators, which for the most part are market-driven and available in real-time. ...
  • Key economic indicators are mostly positive
    Lots has transpired since equity markets hit their lows the day before Christmas '18. Markets were panicked over a number of things: the shutdown of ...
  • The Fed apologizes, and the outlook improves
    Two weeks ago I noted that the Fed had screwed up badly. But all was not lost: "all it takes is a few words ...
  • Equity valuations have improved dramatically
    With the price plunge which started in early October, the PE ratio of the S&P 500 (using Bloomberg's measure, which is based on 12-mo. trailing ...
  • The Fed screwed up badly
    In the comments section of an earlier post (http://scottgrannis.blogspot.com/2018/12/clouds-and-silver-linings.html), I said:The interaction of the Fed and the market is a complicated dance, ...
  • Procreate
    My thanks to Procreate for sponsoring Daring Fireball this week. Procreate is a beautiful, fast, and powerful painting app made for creative professionals. It gives ...
  • Rene Ritchie’s Review of the New Smart Battery Cases
    I got mine this morning. First impressions: It’s thick and heavy, but for a practical reason. It packs a big battery. I’m writing this at 10 ...
  • Sorry, Even a ‘Record-Setting’ Fine Isn’t Going to Cut It
    Tony Romm and Elizabeth Dwoskin, reporting for The Washington Post: U.S. regulators have met to discuss imposing a record-setting fine against Facebook for violating a ...
  • ★ The R-Word
    I think what has Cook spooked is not the drop in iPhone sales, but the fact that the iPhone sales drop in China might be ...
  • Google to Pay $40 Million for Fossil’s Smartwatch Tech
    Paul Lamkin, writing for Wareable: The Fossil Group and Google have exclusively revealed to Wareable that Google will pay Fossil $40 million to buy intellectual property ...
  • Grab the Roadmap
    FINANCIAL SECURITY is within your reach. Don’t believe me? Here’s a roadmap that demonstrates it’s possible for most Americans. Sam is a 22-year-old college graduate. ...
  • Keeping It Going
    AFTER YOU’VE become successful and accumulated wealth, what comes next? Americans are facing this question more often than ever before. CNBC notes that the number of ...
  • First Impressions
    WHEN I WAS age six or seven, an older man came to our house. My mother answered the door. I couldn’t hear what the man ...
  • November’s Hits
    NO SURPRISE: The most popular blogs on HumbleDollar last month were those devoted to the slumping stock market. But not everybody was obsessing over share prices. ...
  • Pushing Prices
    WITH INCREASING frequency over the past month, I’ve been hearing the question, “Why does the stock market keep going down? I understand why the market dipped when ...
  • Book Bits | 19 January 2019
    ● The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power By Shoshana Zuboff Review via Los Angeles ...
  • US Business Cycle Risk Report | 18 January 2019
    The odds are still low that a new US recession has started, but economic momentum continues to slow. The headwinds remain moderate so far, but ...
  • Macro Briefing: 18 January 2019
    Trump blocks Pelosi’s overseas trip, citing gov’t shutdown: WSJ Trump-Pelosi feud dims prospects for quick end to gov’t shutdown: Bloomberg Key dates to watch for ...
  • Will Shutdown Risk End This Year’s Equity Sector Rallies?
    The partial government shutdown could be a slow-moving train wreck for the US economy, but for the moment the crowd’s inclined to reprice the major ...
  • Macro Briefing: 17 January 2019
    Pelosi urges Trump to delay State of the Union address: WSJ UK’s May survives no-confidence vote: BBC Jack Bogle, who launched index fund revolution, dies ...
  • Samuel Andrews: The Man With the Billion Dollar Ego
    We can learn valuable lessons from the life of Samuel Andrews. Haven’t ever heard of him? There’s a reason. He was John D. Rockefeller’s right-hand ...
  • How to Do Great Things
    Insight is rarely handed to you on a silver platter. Einstein argued that genius was 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration. While we can acknowledge that ...
  • How Not to Be Stupid
    After a four-hour conversation on The Knowledge Project (Part 1, Part 2), Adam Robinson (@IAmAdamRobinson) and I shared another 10-minutes that shouldn’t be missed on how ...
  • The Best of Farnam Street 2018
    We read for the same reasons we have conversations — to enrich our lives. Reading helps us to think, feel, and reflect — not only upon ourselves ...
  • The Top 5 Episodes of The Knowledge Project #ListenAndLearn
    Through conversations, we are able to learn from others, reflect on ourselves, and better navigate a conscious life. The goal of our podcast, The Knowledge ...
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  • MIB: Remembering Jack Bogle
    In our latest Masters in Business podcast, we revisit our conversation with investing legend with Jack Bogle, founder of the $3.5 trillion dollar Vanguard Group, creator of ...
  • 10 Weekend Reads
    The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Danish Blend coffee, grab a seat by the fire, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads: ...
  • Succinct Summation of Week’s Events 1.18.19
    Succinct Summations for the week ending January 18th, 2019 Positives: 1. Markets eked out a gain on hopes for a Trade War breakthrough. 2. Housing ...
  • Narrative or Data? Yes.
    Data Picks Investments, Stories Sell Them How investment products are created and sold now is the reverse of two decades ago. Bloomberg, January 11, 2019. ...
  • 10 Friday AM Reads
    My end of week morning train reads: • Investing Prophet Jeremy Grantham Takes Aim at Climate Change: The veteran money manager will devote $1 billion to helping the ...
  • Curb your (dovish) enthusiasm
    Mid-week market update: In the wake of the Powell speech last week and the FOMC minutes, the market implied odds of rate hikes have ...
  • Say goodbye to the nostalgia of Trump`s 1950`s America
    Last week, Donald Trump tweeted his dissatisfaction with General Motors' decision to close four US plants.
  • 2019 preview: Winter is coming
    Preface: Explaining our market timing modelsWe maintain several market timing models, each with differing time horizons. The "Ultimate Market Timing Model" is a long-term ...
  • A Dow Theory sell signal?
    Mid-week market update: I suppose that this may sound counter-intuitive now that the market is undergoing a relief rally, but Ralph Acampora warned about ...
  • Is the Powell Put coming into play?
    Is the Fed about to blink? There has been a growing chorus of analysts like Kevin Muir at The Macro Tourist who thinks so.It ...
  • Has The Bear Arrived?
    I initiated defensive action in client accounts today with a small purchase. You can read about the trade and my reasoning as to why I ...
  • Latest posts at TheMaven
    I’ve had a lot going on lately. I have resigned from AdvisorShares (I will have more on that soon) but have still been doing a ...
  • Final Random Thoughts
    I have resigned from AdvisorShares effective April 30th. This is my last regular blog post at Alpha Baskets, although I will be writing one more ...
  • Markets Don’t Close 4/20 On A High
    The weekly Market Update is posted at Alpha Baskets and includes the following; Barron’s devoted a lot of pixels to the latest goings on with ...
  • When Knowing What Will Happen Isn’t Enough
    My latest post at Alpha Baskets is up and includes the following; As I write this post on Monday afternoon Bitcoin is just under $6800. ...
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  • Hacking Happiness
    Who doesn’t like being happy? Grumpy people that’s who. I’ve been there. You have too, grumpy pants McGhee.  It’s okay. We all get grumpy from ...
  • Investing In Yourself: Input/Output
    In investing (and life), pretty much every decision you make has a nuanced outcome. That is to say, there is very little black or white ...
  • Summer Daze
    It was a hot, humid east coast summer day. We were the kids of 1984. Back then the parents in our neighborhood had the same ...
  • The Heart: Lunch With Jim O’Shaugnessy
    When I first started writing here on I heart Wall Street, it was simply out of frustration. The title came to me serendipitously while talking with ...
  • Lies, Damned Lies, And Heuristics
    Ladies and Gentlemen, You are financing the greatest heist in American history. Of epic proportions. Currently, $8.6 trillion dollars is sitting in the top 5 ...
  • Key financial indicators are healthy
    Monday's post focused on key economic indicators. Today's post focuses on key financial indicators, which for the most part are market-driven and available in real-time. ...
  • Key economic indicators are mostly positive
    Lots has transpired since equity markets hit their lows the day before Christmas '18. Markets were panicked over a number of things: the shutdown of ...
  • The Fed apologizes, and the outlook improves
    Two weeks ago I noted that the Fed had screwed up badly. But all was not lost: "all it takes is a few words ...
  • Equity valuations have improved dramatically
    With the price plunge which started in early October, the PE ratio of the S&P 500 (using Bloomberg's measure, which is based on 12-mo. trailing ...
  • The Fed screwed up badly
    In the comments section of an earlier post (http://scottgrannis.blogspot.com/2018/12/clouds-and-silver-linings.html), I said:The interaction of the Fed and the market is a complicated dance, ...
  • Revolutionary Future Ahead
    Let’s consider two seemingly conflicting ideas. Major economic pain is coming. We have a bright, prosperous economic future. Can both of those be right? I think so.
  • Infrastructure Remains a Missed Opportunity
    Infrastructure investment promises are politically popular, but actual funding has been slow to follow. Italy’s bridge collapse illustrates the real risks of putting off infrastructure ...
  • In the Blink of an Eye, Gold Spikes Higher
    Gold prices moved up close to 2 percent today, and gold stocks climbed even higher following comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. During his ...
  • Emerging Vulnerabilities in Emerging Economies
    For many emerging economies, it is imperative to pursue a rebalancing of growth patterns, with a more active approach to managing debt and capital flows ...
  • Crouching Trump, Hidden Dragon
    Once upon a time, there was a land of great promise. This promised land rewards hard work and enterprise with gold while penalizes the weak ...
  • Fiserv Bounces Back
    After the First Data deal was announced, shares of Fiserv dropped sharply. The market apparently has reconsidered the deal, and it seems to like it. ...
  • CWS Market Review – January 18, 2019
    ”It’s amazing how difficult it is for a man to understand something if he’s paid a small fortune not to understand it.” – John C. ...
  • Morning News: January 18, 2019
    Shutdown Clouds Outlook for Consumer-Driven U.S. Economic Growth Why I’m Holding Cash And Gold: Worsening Bond/Debt Outlook Consumer Giants Spurn Risks to Chase Online Subscribers ...
  • Becton, Dickinson Releases Preliminary Earnings
    Becton, Dickinson (BDX) won’t officially release its earnings report until February 5, but the company released preliminary results today. BDX said they made $2.70 per ...
  • Q4 2018 Earnings Calendar
    Over the next few weeks, 20 of our 25 Buy List stocks will report Q4 earnings. Here’s a list of reporting dates, Wall Street’s consensus ...
  • A little, and then a little more
    Back in May, I had what ended up being a major hand surgery — repairing a torn tendon and in the process reconstructing the end ...
  • Layers
    A central concept on the internet is Layering.  Each of the protocols in the internet stack talks to the layer directly above and below it ...
  • Minimum Viable Economy
    One of my favorite things about the cryptocurrency / blockchain space is that our conception of “what it all means” is still very much in ...
  • The path to decentralization: self-destructing companies
    In June, the SEC gave some of its most concrete guidance to date that cryptoassets can start out as centralized projects, possibly initially sold under ...
  • Trust and fairness
    I was at an event last night, where the moderator, Preeti Varathan from QZ observed that there seemed to be a lot of cynicism in ...
  • Olympic gold medals and longevity
    Perhaps it is better to win the silver, to which other life outcomes might this apply?: This paper compares mortality between Gold and Silver medalists ...
  • Religion matters for Senators
    Does a senator’s personal religion influence their legislative behavior in the Senate? To date, empirical research has answered this question only using senators’ religious traditions, ...
  • The economic value of the entire universe
    This one is about as speculative as you get: Suppose, just for fun, that we accept Posner’s $600 trillion estimate for the value of the ...
  • Friday assorted links
    1. Charter cities, innovative governance conference, San Francisco, September 20. 2. Parrots can make economic decisions.  Article here, it turns out the African grey parrots ...
  • What should I ask Eric Schmidt?
    I will be doing a Conversation with Eric, in San Francisco, September 19.  It is not an open event, but you can apply to attend.  ...
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  • The Best of the Aleph Blog, Part 35
    ==================== In my view, these were my best posts written between August 2015 and October 2015: Learning from the Past, Part 6 [Hopefully Final, But ...
  • The Best of the Aleph Blog, Part 34
    ========================= In my view, these were my best posts written between May 2015 and July 2015: Learning from the Past, Part 5b [Institutional Stock Version] ...
  • The Pips are Squeaking
    Photo Credit: sid================= This should be a short post.  I just want to note the degree of stress that many emerging market countries are under.  ...
  • Thoughts on Bank Debt
      I have long said that until an asset class goes through a “failure cycle,” risk-based pricing will be weak toward the assets in question.  ...
  • Why I Watch the Thirty
    ============= I like long bonds.  I am not saying that I like them as an investment.  I like them because they tell me about the ...
  • So long, farewell
    IT IS an enormous privilege, and responsibility, to write for The Economist and capture a small sliver of readers’ attention. All told, there have been ...
  • The flaws of finance
    BUSINESS school graduates do not all want to work in investment banking these days. The industry does not have the same kind of cachet it ...
  • Hope I save before I get old
    IF YOU reach the age of 65 in the OECD, you can expect to live for another 19 years or so (more if you ...
  • The best books on finance and economics
    THE late Hans Rosling is best known for his Ted talks (here is one on the wonders of the washing machine). Sadly he died last ...
  • Six precepts every investor should remember
    SIR ELTON JOHN has a three-year farewell tour planned. This columnist has only a few weeks to go, before heading off to a new Economist ...
  • Investigating The Crypto Cheaters
      The US Justice Department has just launched an investigation into the manipulation of cryptocurrency prices.  According to Bloomberg : "The illicit tactics that the Justice Department is looking ...
  • Themis Trading Announces New Head of Sales
      Themis Trading is excited to welcome Tyler Platte as our new Head of Sales . Tyler has been a buyside trader nearly his entire career in ...
  • NYSE – The Great Fragmenter
      When we first heard the news of the recent collapse of the acquisition of the Chicago Stock Exchange by a Chinese-led investor group, we ...
  • The Return of Haim Bodek
      Do you remember Haim Bodek?  We first wrote about Haim back in October 2012 in a post titled "Who is Haim Bodek?".  Haim was the ...
  • NYSE Fined Again By The SEC
      NYSE was fined $14 million yesterday by the SEC for five serious violations.  This note will focus on the fifth violation since we think it ...
  • June 3, 2018
    The market gave investors a bit of the bucking bronco act over the past two days, selling off on higher volume Thursday before rebounding sharply ...
  • May 30, 2018
    The futures were jacking higher Monday evening on news that the U.S.-North Korea summit was back on, and were near their highs when I posted ...
  • May 27, 2018
    After a bullish recovery on Wednesday following the release of the latest Fed meeting minutes, the major indexes are all back to the top of ...
  • May 23, 2018
    My Sunday video report made the point that the market and many leading stocks were starting to look somewhat late-stage. By Sunday afternoon, however, futures ...
  • May 21, 2018
    The following was written Sunday, May 20. Stocks give a good account of themselves overall as participants contend with a rising-rate environment. Leadership has been ...
  • Oh, What a Stupid Trade War
    Paul Krugman: Oh, What a Stupid Trade War (Very Slightly Wonkish), by Paul Krugman, NY Times: So, the trade war is on. And what a ...
  • Links
    Trump’s Manchurian Trade Policy - Paul Krugman Trump is enabling a predatory economy - Helaine Olen Is GDP Overstating Economic Activity? - FRBSF Interview of ...
  • Is GDP Overstating Economic Activity?
    From an Economic Letter at the FRBSF: Is GDP Overstating Economic Activity?, by Zheng Liu, Mark M. Spiegel, and Eric B. Tallman: Two common measures ...
  • Links
    Trump’s Manchurian Trade Policy - Paul Krugman Actually, the U.S. Can Afford Welfare - Justin Fox The Economics of Disintegration of the Greenland Ice Sheet ...
  • Does Economics Matter?
    Chris Dillow: Does economics matter?: Does economics matter? I ask because I suspect I would understand political debate better if I realized that it doesn’t. ...
  • Talking to Mr. Money Mustache about the US Digital Service
    Last week, I passed my one year anniversary as head of the US Digital Service (USDS). So when Mr. Money Mustache asked for an interview, ...
  • Staying with the US Digital Service
    A few months ago, I took a leave of absence from Google to do a stint with the US Digital Service. A lot of people ...
  • A brief update
    Over the last couple years, I’ve seen more and more people in technology trying to make government work better. They’re idealists who are also making ...
  • Thanks, Amit
    Amit Singhal just announced that he’s retiring toward the end of the month. Amit has been a formative part of Google’s search team, but he’s ...
  • Solving a Verizon issue (Nexus 5X)
    I solved a problem today and figured that I’d document it for the rest of the world. Every time someone left me a voicemail on ...
  • 2017 In Review
    (Since it’s the most pressing and biggest topic right now, I’m going to flip the script and start with updates on taxes and legislation out ...
  • Lower future returns: What’s an investor to do?
    Corey Hoffstein over at Newfound Research put up a great presentation on how investors should respond to lower expected returns in the future. First I’ll ...
  • Tiny Steps
    I have a bit of an obsession lately with the idea of incremental change and its cousin, compounding. It started about a year ago with ...
  • Insurance Premiums for a Nonexistent Death Benefit
    It’s late 2017, and we’ve been riding a pretty stellar bull market in (at least) US stocks for over 8 years. Markets are up, and ...
  • 19 Questions
    Jason Zweig recently wrote a piece titled “The 19 Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor.”  I love Jason’s stuff and who doesn’t like lists?  So ...
  • China’s Command Innovation
    Hardly a day passes without some sort of China news in the financial headlines. There’s a good reason, too. China is the global economy’s 600-pound ...
  • The Growing Economic Sandpile
    “How did you go bankrupt?”  “Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” ―Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises
  • Revolutionary Future Ahead
    Back in 1936, in Esquire magazine of all places, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote something profound. “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to ...
  • The Good News Economy
    In my business, there is a fine line between standing by your conclusions and being unwisely stubborn. But no matter what I say, people will ...
  • The Maine Surprise Was Time
    I’m back from Camp Kotok. As always, it was both rejuvenating and enlightening. The Maine woods, lakes, and general environment encourage more candor than I ...
  • quant questions
    The explosion of interest in quantitative investment management presents a variety of issues for asset owners and those who investigate strategies on their behalf.
  • through the glass door
    With new tools available to dig up information on people and organizations, how should they be used in your analytical process to get a sense ...
  • slings and arrows
    Failure seems to be all the rage these days, but how well do organizations embrace the learning that can come from making mistakes and avoid ...
  • compounding knowledge
    Competitive advantage for an organization stems from the alignment of resources within a structure and culture that are designed to produce results. The "how" ...
  • the culture factor
    How do you go about understanding the hidden but important aspects of an organization? Here's a simple place to start.
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  • Company Notes Digest 11.17.17
    Each week we read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of our investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains some ...
  • Company Notes Digest 11.10.17
    Each week we read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of our investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains some ...
  • Company Notes Digest 11.3.17
    Each week we read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of our investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains some ...
  • Company Notes Digest 10.27.17
    Each week we read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of our investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains some ...
  • Company Notes Digest 10.20.17
    Each week we read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of our investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains some ...
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  • Links
    "I do think that there’s a lot to be said for developing a temperament that can own securities without fretting. I think that ...
  • RIP Jack Bogle
    "If a statue is ever erected to honor the person who has done the most for American investors, the handsdown choice should be ...
  • Links
    Case Studies of Companies That Do Capital Allocation Right - by Phil Ordway (LINK)Cummins: Diesel Engine Maker with Shareholder-Friendly Management - by Chris ...
  • Charlie Munger on diversification
    From the 2008 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting:Students of America go to these elite business schools and law schools and they ...
  • Links
    "Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet." --AristotleHedge Fund Baupost Has a Complex $1 Billion Bet on PG&E (
  • The Worst Advice I Ever Got
    My first job out of college was working in a sales role at an insurance company. They liked to think they were doing holistic wealth ...
  • Animal Spirits- Wave Pools and Market Inefficiencies
    On today’s show, Ben and I speak about how career risk creates inefficiencies in the market, signs of froth, the Vanguard of alternatives, and ETF price ...
  • These Are the Goods
    Articles Saving is passive, prioritizing is active. By Mike Dariano The process for producing legal filings runs like an assembly line for making widgets. By ...
  • Chart Crimes
    Stretching a linear axis vertically to prove a point. Don’t do this. Some things should be shown as a level, not a percent change. The ...
  • These Are the Goods
    Articles An accelerating number of Americans are now recipients of independent advice and are talking to their friends about it By Shirl Penney  The look ...
  • Thanks, Jack….
    Jack Bogle is gone, but his impact will last forever. That’s certainly true for me. No single person had a bigger impact on my firm ...
  • My View On…AOC
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)…wow, like a whirlwind, she went from virtual nobody to Congressional sensation. These days it’s almost impossible to avoid hearing about her. Rightfully ...
  • You Can’t Debunk MMT
    Back in 2010 I came across Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) for the first time and found it somewhat appealing. This is the theory that Alexandria ...
  • ‘It’s Time To Call Bullshit’
    Bullshit Mark Baum: It’s time to call bullshit. Vinnie Daniel: Bullshit on what? Mark Baum: Every fucking thing. -The Big Short There may be no ...
  • An Old-Fashioned Income Play
    Earnings season is over so the blackout window has closed and insiders are once again allowed to trade. One company that has had some interesting ...
  • A Plethora Of Short-Term Sell Signals
    In addition to the daily DeMark Sequential sell signal triggered in SPY recently, we also now have sell signals triggered in all of the other ...
  • ‘No Skid Marks’
    Oh, The Irony! There’s a classic story on Wall Street that seems to repeat time and time again. It’s the story of a brilliant academician ...
  • A Recipe For Mean Reversion
    We now have a number of DeMark Sequential sell signals for the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) lining up across almost every major time frame. The ...
  • Feel the Lift?
    The global expansion continues to gather steam and slowly, but surely, it is making its way through to supply and prices.
  • Dividend is Easy to Find. Yield is Not.
    An exhaustive search of “Dividend” funds leads to an interesting discovery and one that not every fund manager would want you to know.
  • Exclusive Q&A with Tom Clarke of William Blair – Part 1
    In this exclusive interview with Tom Clarke, partner and co-portfolio manager of the William Blair Macro Allocation Fund, we discuss a range of topics including ...
  • Riding Investment Waves For Risk Averse Investors
    Bill Hortz of the Institute for Innovation Development recently sat down with Dan Darchuck, Co-Founder and CEO of Topturn Capital, an independent financial advisory firm, ...
  • The Case for Global Multi-Assets
    Brian Singer, head of William Blair’s Dynamic Allocation Strategies team, discusses the case for global multi-assets in today’s environment, why the team’s approach to global ...

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