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Stock Market Barometer

Stock Market Barometer

Contributor since: 21 Mar 2010

Biography

At The Stock Market Barometer we spend almost all of our time listening to the market as it has its own special language. We keep our own council, make or own decisions, and vote with our money. We use analysis to level the playing field, or better yet to tilt it in our favor. We are not traders and have no interest in learning. In a good year we place no more than a couple dozen orders, so we are not a broker's best friend.

  • Blowing in the Wind

    Published 28 March 2010 | viewed 693 times

    WEEKLY REPORT "You'll notice that Bush never spoke when Cheney was drinking water; check it out!" ~ Robin Williams We are seeing some interesting developments…

  • The Dow Marches On

    Published 25 March 2010 | viewed 1,666 times

    "Fighting for peace is like screwing for virginity!" ~ George Carlin We continue to hear all sorts of optimistic comments about the recovery in the…

  • Weekly Report

    Published 21 March 2010 | viewed 716 times

    Changes Technology is usually a wonderful thing. Advances in production allow us to manufacture and ship countless items, to every corner of the world, on…