Monthly Archives: October 2013

Traders: How Can It Not Be A Bubble?

How much stock market bubble? From what I see and read, about 30% worth of bubblicious bubble. Continue reading

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Trading Stocks In The Tower Of Babel

All that information, all those websites under the collective heading of ‘stock market’ fall into two categories: factual raw data or opinion. Continue reading

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Walter White And Breaking Bad Stock Trading Habits

What if Walter White had decided to trade the stock market as a way to provide for his family’s financial future before he died of lung cancer, and not go into methamphetamine distribution? Continue reading

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Do Stock Market Traders Fear Fear Itself?

The decrease in volume, accompanied by a decrease in the number of participants, brings me to the headline question: Do stock traders fear fear itself? Continue reading

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Trading Moods And The Moody Blues

Oh, and replace the name Timothy Leary with Benny Bernanke. Continue reading

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Is Trading Driving You Crazy?

What it’s really all about is the power of money – the cause of, and solution to, many of life’s problems (A) as perceived by the trader (B). Continue reading

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