What does Providence have to do with your portfolio?

Posted on May 27, 2012

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 »

Declines After Sell Signals with STI

Posted on March 25, 2012

Schannep Timing Indicator SELL Signals and the  further S&P500 Loss to the final Bear Market Lows*: (Data since 12/31/1953)           Sell Date Level Low Date: level   further loss: months to low: 8/20/1956 48.25 10/22/1957 38.98 … More »

More Book Reviews for The Dow Theory for the 21st Century

Posted on January 24, 2012

The Dow Theory Bible “Charles Dow never actually penned a definitive guide to the Theory that bears his name. Instead he wrote a series of over 250 columns in the Wall Street Journal….Jack Schannep’s Dow Theory for the 21st Century, … More »

Investor’s Chronicle Says…

Posted on January 7, 2012

“Jack Schannep’s explanation of the Dow Theory is first-class” Dominic Picarda The Trader – Investor’s Chronicle

CXO Advisory Group Says…

Posted on January 7, 2012

CXO Advisory Group is an independent 3rd party that assesses the accuracy of publicly available forecasts regarding the future direction of the U.S. stock market. Jack Schannep has been in the top-tier among his peers for the last eight years, … More »


Posted on December 21, 2011

Why does Marketiming matter?  Is an old system still relevant?  Mark Hulbert from Marketwatch wrote an interesting article that market-timing is academically proven to increase investment results.  You can read it here. Combining the time-tested principles of Charles Dow’s Traditional Dow Theory … More »

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Mark Hulbert of Marketwatch: One of the geniuses of the Dow Theory is that it counsels against overreacting to every cloud on that horizon. That’s why, as Jack Schannep, editor of TheDowTheory.com, reminds us, the “current trend is assumed to continue intact until it is proven otherwise.” Read the article HERE.

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.

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