Wednesday , 28 January 2015
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How the Market Works: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Vol

Investment Research

I recently read an excellent article by The Brooklyn Investor titled “The Perils of Trying to Time the Market.” I encourage you to read it in full. As we often say, we are not market timers. We are long-term investors. Accordingly, we encourage readers to ignore daily changes in the prices of our picks, and to a large extent we believe readers will do ... Read More »

Short Positions Will Be Crucial in 2015

Correction

by: Kiran Pande The month of December was eventful, to say the least. After spending the month of November well below average, the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), known on Wall Street as the “fear index,” shot as high as 25. Oil continued to plummet, Russia fell into recession, and the DOW recorded its worst week in years. How did we ... Read More »

Russia, Energy, and Market Risk vs Market Timing

Bias

by Scott Murray & Mark Gomes Back in June 2014, PTT cautioned subscribers that while the boom in energy production was bound to benefit parts of the US economy, it would be a destabilizing factor abroad, specifically in Russia. US shale oil and natural gas were taking market share from other producers, both at home (shrinking the export market for ... Read More »