Mark Hulbert of Marketwatch: The Transports have been the stronger of the two benchmarks, and it is widely considered to be a leading economic indicator. Read the article HERE.
Disregard The Dow Theory At Your Own Peril
This article was originally published on Marketwatch on October 7, 2015 One of the few hypotheses of Charles Dow’s Original Theory is that “the theory is not infallible.” Despite that disclaimer, the record over the 100-plus years of its existence … More »
Why You Must Have A Strategy For The Long-Run
The job of the financial media is to make sure that you continue to watch more financial media. The more people that watch, the more the financial media gets to stay in business. This past week is a great example … More »
Why Do Transports Matter In The 21st Century?
There is a lot of talk in the news right now about a potential market crash. This fear is fueled for many reasons, one of which is that the Dow Jones Industrial Index remains relatively strong while the Dow Jones … More »
Investing With The Trends
There has been quite a bit of volatility in the markets of late. On one station you hear that the bull market still has lots of room to run. On another station the pundits are saying another financial crisis is … More »
What does Providence have to do with your portfolio?
In 1877 a young farmer from Sterling, Connecticut wrote a piece for the Providence Sunday Dispatch regarding the transportation systems between New York and Providence, CT. This piece proved to be the seed for many more writings and articles by … More »
There has been renewed interest in the Dow Theory since Jack Schannep presented his research to the Market Technicians Association that showed Dow Theory produced an excess return of 1.5% per year (from 1953 thru 2011) versus a buy and hold strategy. His presentation attracted a whole new generation of Dow Theory enthusiasts. Read the article HERE.