THE MYTH OF SHOCKS - AN EXCERPT FROM CHAPTER 1 OF THE SOCIONMIC THEORY OF FINANCEby Robert Prechter
Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from Robert Prechter’s recently published book, The Socionomic Theory of Finance. Few people find a new theory accessible until they first see errors in the old...
INTERMARKET ANALYSIS: A CLASSIC OVERVIEWby Benjamin Upward, CMT
Editor’s note: This was originally published as a series of posts at SynchronicityFutures.com. The original posts are available here. What a run…US Treasuries 10 Year US Treasury Notes – why do...
STOCK MARKET YEARS ENDING IN ‘7’by Lawrence McMillan
Editor’s note: Larry McMillan was a featured speaker at the recent MTA Annual Symposium. This article was originally published by Proactive Advisor Magazine. Free subscriptions are available...
DOES MARKET SENTIMENT HELP EXPLAIN MOMENTUM?by LARRY SWEDROE
Editor’s note: This article was originally published at AlphaArchitect.com and is another example of recent behavioral finance research. To learn more, please visit AlphaArchitect.com. Momentum is...
RULES FOR DRAWINGS AND ANALYZING TRENDLINESby Jeffrey S. Weiss, CMT
Editor’s note: Reprinted with permission from the American Association of Individual Investors, www.aaii.com. Article Highlights • Trendlines can offer insights in assessing buying power or...
WHY HAVE ASSET PRICE PROPERTIES CHANGED SO LITTLE IN 200 YEARSby JEAN-PHILIPPE BOUCHARD & DAMIEN CHALLET
Editor’s note: This paper was originally published at https://arxiv.org/pdf/1605.00634.pdf. It is reprinted here as an example of recent work in behavioral finance. Abstract: We first review...
New Educational Content This Month
April 14, 2021
Rotate, Don’t Retreat
Presenter(s): Sam Stovall, CFP
March 30, 2021
Relative Strength in Context of Cross-Asset Analysis
Presenter(s): Richard Ross, CMT
March 24, 2021
Interest Rate Volatility
Presenter(s): Paul Winghart