What The Universe Has To Say About Your 2022 Money Prospects

The future is often uncertain and after the unprecedented times we’ve had over the past two years there are many pinning hopes on 2022 being the year it all turns around—but will it? Yahoo Finance asked Manifestor Linda Willow Roberts for her thoughts on what the New Year will look like. More here –  Yahoo Finance PS: My thoughts…

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Mark Twain, Framing and Scarcity

In the second chapter of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer the protagonist is in a spot of bother. He has been involved in another scrap and as punishment is tasked by Aunt Polly to spend his precious Saturday whitewashing ‘thirty yards of board-fence nine feet high’. It seemed that a bleak day lay ahead for…

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These Camels Weren’t Born With It

For those who feel they have heard everything. Saudi authorities have disqualified 43 camels from the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in what’s being called the biggest-ever crackdown on camel beauty contestants in history, the Associated Press reported. The annual month-long festival sees the most beautiful camels competing for $66 million in prize money, with jurors scoring…

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YTD Performance

Two things have prompted me to post this. The year is drawing to a close and it is interesting to see where the big moves in commodities have been. The agricultural sector has lead the way. Apparently gold went up 0.03% last night which caused my Linkedin feed to light up with people once again…

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Is the Correction Over?

Was that it? It feels ridiculous to ask, given that at the lows of last week, the peak-to-trough decline in the S&P 500 was just 5.2%. It feels ridiculous to ask, given that at the lows of last week, the market was still up 21% YTD. But it is a reasonable question, given that stocks have aggressively…

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Among Social Scientists, A Vigorous Debate Over Loss Aversion

WHILE MOST PEOPLE have likely never heard of loss aversion, the concept — arising in the social sciences some four decades ago — is among the most influential in the behavioral sciences. In a nutshell, it holds that when people make decisions, the impact of losing something carries greater weight than the impact of gaining something of…

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The Other Side of a Mania

“As Ben Graham said: ‘In the short-run, the market is a voting machine – reflecting a voter-registration test that requires only money, not intelligence or emotional stability – but in the long-run, the market is a weighing machine.’” – Warren Buffett (1993 Berkshire Hathaway Letter) More here – Compound

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Apparently The World Is Ending….Again

Well, this looks bad….. Right up until you do this – It is interesting what a little bit of context with regard to short term noise does to our perception of events. I understand that that the somewhat overwrought financial media does need to fill column inches or whatever the internet equivalent is. I also…

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The Mentor Program – Only a Few Place Left

  The Mentor Program is a 6-month, repeat-for-free, comprehensive training course for traders of all levels – and our results speak for themselves. When we opened up for booking for the 2022 Mentor Program, there was a scramble. A flurry. A crazed run at the gate as people came on board. You are going to…

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