Month

October 2017
I will start this piece by saying that I am not bullish or bearish, I don’t make market calls, or predictions and I don’t have opinions about the markets that I trade. I just follow my process, which is based on risk management, money management, price and moving averages. I lead off with this statement...
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I read with interest Josh Brown’s piece this last Wednesday regarding Ritholtz’s decision to get out of the “single-stock” business. The topic is a conversation that I have had with many friends in the Asset Management business over the last few years. Many of them stopped buying single stocks for clients years ago and went...
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8/22/20 Update: I first wrote this piece on October 6, 2017, and the same concepts still apply today.  How do I know, because I have been long all the way up. I launched my first post on Twitter on January 5, 2013. The S&P 500 Index ETF (SPY) closed that week at 133.08. Since then...
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