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Deric O. Cadora

Deric O. Cadora

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Deric O. Cadora is the editor of The DOCument, a daily newsletter offering equity and commodity market cycles analysis, macroeconomic discussion, and general market commentary. Deric is a professional trader and a General Partner of The Rutledge Group, a managing partner of a commodity-centric investment partnership. His investment and trading experience spans two decades, during which time he formed and served as principal of a broker-dealer, managed a long/short book on the proprietary trading desk of Citi Capital Markets, worked as an independent trader, and currently serves as Chief Portfolio Manager for a commodity-centric investment partnership.

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    Published 23 September 2010 | viewed 0 times

    Back in mid-August I suggested to Members of The DOCument's subscription letter that stocks would decline to about SPX 1040 amid deeply negative sentiment and…

  • A Critique of the Banking Reform Bill of 2009

    Published 13 December 2009 | viewed 1,881 times

    The recent passage of a financial reform bill by the House of Representatives provides President Obama with a symbolic victory, but how will the elements…

  • Market Outlook 2009 - Thoughts of a Professional Investor

    Published 04 January 2009 | viewed 5,248 times

    Many highly successful traders exercise their skills within a framework of fundamental analysis. Given that lesson, I like to take reflection time at the beginning…

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    Published 19 July 2007 | viewed 3,496 times

    With the exception of equities, various markets have performed more or less as anticipated this year. The dollar has trended lower and sits at a…

  • Equity Crash, an Allegorical Approach

    Published 23 January 2007 | viewed 4,906 times

    This tale is a sad one, for it describes the woeful results of disillusionment. Our victim, a fine young woman by the name of Equity,…

  • Market Outlook 2007 - Thoughts of a Professional Investor

    Published 02 January 2007 | viewed 6,242 times

    Many highly successful traders exercise their skills within a framework of fundamental analysis. Given that lesson, I like to take reflection time at the beginning…

  • Post Pause Prospects

    Published 09 August 2006 | viewed 5,234 times

    The wait for a pause in Fed hikes is over, and so is, most likely, the equity rally associated with it. Psychology has set up…

  • Transitional Phase for Market Leadership

    Published 29 June 2006 | viewed 3,123 times

    You can hear the teeth chattering all the way to Atlanta. It's the sound of traders on Wall Street getting jittery about inflation, or more…

  • All Asset Classes Are About to Correct

    Published 27 April 2006 | viewed 10,206 times

    I am no bear on commodities, but I do believe real assets are about to suffer a sharp correction. In fact, the correction will likely…

  • Outlook 2006 - Thoughts of a Professional Investor

    Published 22 January 2006 | viewed 7,010 times

    Despite the profusion of verbiage spilled about trading purely with technical skills, the best traders use such skills within a framework of fundamental analysis. Given…

  • Propensity to Print

    Published 09 December 2005 | viewed 7,366 times

    If anyone has doubt about Ben Bernanke's propensity to print dollars, a front-page article from the December 7 Wall Street Journal will remove it. The…

  • Misallocation of Resources and Real Money

    Published 30 November 2005 | viewed 4,332 times

    Retail sales for the day after Thanksgiving is one of the most over-analyzed statistics spewed forth each Christmas season. That we have such a day…