Monthly Archives: June 2009

WSW Friday, June 19, 2009

My opinion of what the markets are doing Continue reading

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Making An English Foot

How to make a time standard and a standard English Foot using only a bit of string, a weight, and two sticks. Continue reading

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WSW Friday, June 12, 2009

Summary of weekly market action and my evaluation of it. Continue reading

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Chasing The Greek Foot

Chasing the Greek Foot Somewhere along the line I was trying to find out how they properly located things on the planet, that led to geo – metrology, that lead to the fact that the Greeks and Egyptians had a … Continue reading

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WSW Friday, June 5, 2009

My view on financial market movements this week. Continue reading

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Portfolio Design – the basics

There are several factors that enter into the design of a portfolio. A couple of these are not normally talked about (the books on trading assume you will trade, the books for the average person assumes you will hold stocks … Continue reading

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Choosing a Stock Entry Point

Choosing an Entry For any stock or Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) position, at some point you must choose to buy it. That is “picking an entry”. You “enter” the trade at some point, a moment in time. Now there are … Continue reading

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