Monthly Archives: May 2010

On The Road

Today, I’ll be travelling back to California from Germany. Regular posting will resume tomorrow, Tuesday.


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Sunday Musings: One More Rally

Several columnists and newsletter writers have been downright bearish in their assessment of the markets. Even MarketWatch’s own Paul Farrell recently chimed in with “Crash Dead Ahead.” One reader sent me a copy of Richard Russell’s Dow Theory newsletter, in … Continue reading


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From Bulls To Bears

A few days ago, Mark Hulbert wrote an interesting piece titled “The Bearish Bandwagon:” OK, all of you who claim to be contrarian investors: It’s time to see if you walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Here’s how … Continue reading


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No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 5/27/2010

My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at: http://www.successful-investment.com/newsletter-archive.php A zigzag week closed out the month of May with the major indexes suffering losses. Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for domestic funds/ETFs remains above its trend line (red) … Continue reading


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Sizzle And Fizzle

The past two trading days were a tale of complete opposites. On Tuesday, we witnessed a sharp drop at the opening with the major indexes spending the remainder of the day clawing back to close around the unchanged line. Yesterday, … Continue reading


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Saving Dow 10,000

Yesterday, proved to be another breathtaking day on Wall Street. From my current vantage point in Hamburg, Germany, I was watching the European and Asian markets getting crushed with the U.S. futures pointing to a much lower opening. The Dow … Continue reading


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