Why You Should Always Switch

One of the most famous television game shows from the heyday of the genre from the 1950s to the 1980s was Let’s Make a Deal. Its host, Monty Hall, achieved a second kind of fame when a dilemma in probability theory, loosely based on the show, was named after him. A contestant is faced with three…

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Email Of The Week

As you would expect when you have a blog you get a lot of unsolicited emails from people wanting you to stick something they have written on your blog. Some are vaguely related to trading and some have nothing to do with it like the one below – My name is Elin from We’ve been working hard on…

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Any Guesses?

When I am in need of quickly looking at overnight markets and accompanying price action I use BarChart which is a good little site but like all sites that have a firm technical analysis bent it is prone to making stupid statements. Whilst looking at the site this morning I noticed this bit of inanity.…

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What is Your Investment Edge?

The idea of an investment edge is a simple one. It means that there are some features of an investment behaviour that improves the odds of better outcomes. Although the concept is straightforward, locating edges and creating an environment that fosters them is incredibly challenging. This is primarily due to the difficulty in specifying and…

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And The Surprise Is?

Research houses that are paid by fund managers to be rated are more likely to generate positive ratings, according to a new report from Deloitte Access Economics. More here – The Age PS: to be honest this is not new and has been known for several decades.

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Obesity of Politicians and Corruption in Post-Soviet Countries

This is definitely from the well that’s weird file. But there may be something in it as a universal rule. Abstract We collected 299 frontal face images of 2017 cabinet ministers from 15 post-Soviet states (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan). For each image, the…

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A Hamster Has Been Trading Cryptocurrencies

A hamster in Germany is redefining “A Random Walk Down Wall Street” author Burton Malkiel’s belief that a blindfolded monkey throwing darts at a stock ticker list in the newspaper could do just as good as a human investment professional. The livestreamed hamster, named Mr. Goxx, has been independently trading a portfolio of various cryptocurrencies since June 12, and…

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What Is A Breakout?

Whilst much is written about the many aspects of trader psychology little is written about how boring trading can be as you either wait for an appropriate signal to appear or you sit with an existing position. Trading requires a great deal of patience – the problem is that everything associated with markets seems to…

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The Mentor Program is Your Next Step

  Chris Tate and Louise Bedford’s 6-month, repeat-for-free Mentor Program will help you develop a fabulous trading lifestyle, where you call the shots. To get involved, register for Priority Notification. Yes, there’s a waiting list. Yes, a lot of people miss out every year. The only way to get involved is to stick up your…

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