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I define better investing as making more money, more often. The more consistently I see profit from my investments, regardless of market conditions, the better my process has become. Better investing implies that you’ve already started see the results of your … Continue reading
Good Advice from Jim Cramer? Maybe the world is coming to an end! This is actually some pretty solid commentary. http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000181838 “Making money over the long-haul is the ultimate goal in this game,” says Mad Money host Jim Cramer. He … Continue reading
Tyler Durden over a Zero Hedge states that conditions may be right for another “market accident” to happen. Reminds me of my days in engine testing; “We don’t have fires…we have thermal incidents.” Given the recent meltdown in gold and … Continue reading
If you’re going to invest, you have to make trades. It is the only way to get into the market. But traders do not necessarily invest. It all comes down to the length of time you want your money in … Continue reading
With the market in a correction, now is not the time to buy new positions. And the new employment numbers that came in on Good Friday made next week even more interesting. Take a look at the above graphic. With … Continue reading
Question from an investor: “What do you think the market is going to do?” My answer: “I have no idea…but when it does it, I’ll be ready.” Question from an investor: “So you’re a market timer?” My answer: “No…I’m a … Continue reading
Below is more commentary from another investing firm (Comstock Partners, Inc.) on the recent market turmoil. The market erroneously assumed that the recovery would follow the pattern of typical post-war expansions and rallied strongly from the early 2009 bottom to … Continue reading