Monthly January, 2013

Irrational Investing – Behavioral Finance understood under Adaptive Markets Hypothesis

An Interesting Commentary on How Investment Decisions Are Made The following is a reprint of an article that goes into some detail on how investment decisions are made. It seems appropriate today. It is a bit long and a bit wordy, but investors should always be better investors if they understand what prompts their own...

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A Single Work of Genius Does Not Prove Infallibility

A Human is Just That – A Human Humans are always searching for the ‘leader’ who will inspire and lead his followers to riches and success. There is a belief that someone else exists that knows more than we do, and if we follow that person, we will bathe in his success and share his...

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The China Game Continues

An Examination of China’s Reality as Compared to Media Reports The information coming out of China continues to confuse and obstruct what is truly important, which is the gradual improvement in economic numbers coming out of the US. The US is the economic engine of the world, and as the US recovers, so does the...

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The Fiscal Cliff Doesn’t Reduce Pork Barrel Projects

Today we reprint portions of a column from John Mauldin,  How To Benefit From The Fiscal Cliff Pork Barrels By John Mauldin | January 17, 2013 In all of the emotional wrangling over the Fiscal Cliff, politicians may posture in front of the microphones, but behind the scenes, they calmly go about their business of...

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The D-J Transportation Index – a Positive Move

The Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJTA) Also called the “Dow Jones Transports”, the DJTA is a U.S. stock market index from Dow Jones Indexes of the transportation sector, and is the most widely recognized gauge of the American transportation sector. It is the oldest stock index still in use. This index hit its height of importance when railways across America hit their...

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Prosperity in 2013

We have often remarked on how the USA will lead the recovery and that the next economic cycle will make its way through the doom and gloom in today’s market. We now have visible evidence that this is starting to happen. European Debt Crisis Pundits continue to insist that the EU (European Economic Union) must...

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Fiscal Cliff Nonsense Abates and Economy Continues to Improve

A Sense of Drama Stuck between a hard place and a rock, the Republicans finally relented and an agreement concerning the Fiscal Cliff was reached. The issue seems to have been a holdover from the sudden rise of the Tea Party, which during the last administration promoted a nonsensical pledge among Republicans to never agree...

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