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Lies, (Darn) Lies and Government Statistics Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Dr. Van K Tharp |
I think the actual quote goes something like "Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics"; however, my personal feeling is that government statistics are absolutely the worst. Today, I want to talk about some of the government's economic statistics they use to tell us how the country is doing.
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Seven Big Things Professors Won't Teach You (But You Should Know) Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by John Forman |
Are you studying finance? If so, then terms like present and future value, efficient market theory, capital budgeting, arbitrage pricing and a whole slew of other exciting phrases are becoming part of your vocabulary. And if you're thinking about studying finance in college or graduate school, be prepared to be lectured on those topics and more during your coursework.
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March Madness's Trading Secret Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
March Madness
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Taking It On the Chin and Learning Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
Traders who want to be successful must believe that they are responsible for the outcomes of their trades
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Paper Trading Can Pump You Up, But It's Not Real Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
When a baseball player in his late 30s hits the ball harder and more often than he did in his mid-20s, none of us believes that's "normal." The latest news about Barry Bonds' alleged steroid use strongly suggests that it helped pump up his unprecedented hitting statistics since 1999. Sports Illustrated just published the new evidence from a book written by two San Francisco Chronicle reporters.
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Breakfast of Champions & Trader Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
At 47 years old, Julio Franco is the oldest player in major league baseball by more than four years. He broke into the majors in 1982 ? one year before Carl Yastrzemski retired. That's what you call "experience."
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Contesting the Accepted View of Bernanke Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
This was the week that was ? Alan Greenspan stepped down from his chairmanship of the Federal Reserve and was replaced by Ben Bernanke. The earth did not stop spinning, nor did the markets crash (yet). But unlike most commentators who think that Bernanke has what it takes to keep U.S. monetary policy and the economy on an even keel, Bob Prechter sees problems for the captain of this ship of state. Here's an excerpt from Bob's November Elliott Wave Theorist:
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Jack Welch Set the Bar Too High? Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric, is known far and wide as a brilliant business executive. But the recent issue of Barron's reveals that some of his apparent success may have been due to other factors:
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Is It Bullish When the Market Ignores Bad News? Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
It helps to have a sense of history when studying the behavior of human beings, the economy, and financial markets ? particularly since human behavior is what makes markets trend in one direction or another. In last month's Elliott Wave Theorist, Bob Prechter wrote about how current events in our time resemble a time 37 years ago when a war was on and riots were raging, yet the economy and the markets were expanding. Here is his discussion of what kind of market ignores bad news.
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The Wave Principle, Condensed Version Print E-mail
General Investing Articles | Written by Robert Prechter |
Those who study the Wave Principle and use it for trading appreciate all it can do to provide a framework for making trading decisions ? notwithstanding the fear and trepidation or other emotions that come out when trading. Learning how to use the Wave Principle in all its rich complexity can be so satisfying, but sometimes it's fun to read the condensed version. In this excerpt from Bob Prechter's question-and-answer book, Prechter's Perspective, he explains in short, easy-to-understand answers exactly what the Wave Principle is.
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