Monthly Archives: March 2013

Opposites Attract

Have you ever said to yourself, I’d do a lot better if I did the exact opposite of what I always do? As I delve into the behavioral science of investing I find more and more individual investors succumbing to … Continue reading

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Psychology 101

Behavior of the American individual investor has become an integral part of my market observations. We keep seeing reports that consumer sentiment is becoming more positive; however there is still more cash on the sidelines than stock ownership. Portfolio management … Continue reading

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Rare Air

For the past eight days the DJIA has set new all-time highs. But what does that mean to investors? There is a big difference from the 2007 highs to what we are seeing today. In 2007 the price to earnings … Continue reading

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