Not Expensive vs cheap

Barry once again has his finger on the key stock market issue.  (And congratulations on the recogition by a major trading publication.)  Why have we had several years of excellent economic growth accompanied by reduced budget deficit projections, stellar corporate profits, and vastly improved corporate balance sheets without a concomittant increase in stock prices? His […]

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A Complaint from the Peanut Gallery

My reader [sic] complains that the OldProf is not offering any easy answers.  He is too pedantic.  The ideas are too complicated.  Even if I point out errors that represent market inefficiency, there is no easy way to profit. Well — First off, I am writing down my observations about the market because there is […]

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Altucher versus the Rest

James Altucher’s book, Trade Like a Hedge Fund, was recognized by Barron’s a couple of years ago as the best investment book.  There are many strong features of this work.  I like it and enjoyed reading it.  I will look at some of the specific strategies later and offer some comments.  In the (unlikely) event […]

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