Monthly Archives: April 2019

John’s Utopia

I’m actually somewhat excited about the upcoming election in the sense that we’re in a period of political change. The old parties seem just that – old. More outsiders are going to be heard and we’ll see what gains traction. … Continue reading

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Are credit measures the best metrics for predicting stock market moves?

There were a number of financial articles I found intriguing this week, particularly centered around the following: “The net effect of these investor groups is that they together shed $1.1 trillion of shares (included in these categories, and spread over … Continue reading

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