I saw this article on SentimenTrader. Thought it was worth sharing. Maybe bulls are just superstitious Even though investors are buying, they won’t say they’re bullish in sentiment surveys. The Advisor & Investor Model (AIM) is a model that averages the momentum of the four major sentiment surveys. It has been below 50%
“The addict only needs to change one thing… their whole damn life.” — Ben Hill, Ph.D. In one way, shape, or form, we’re all prone to some form of addiction or bad habit. Whether it’s food, adrenaline, TV, we all have a psychological or physiological “need” for something that we could probably afford less of.
Turns out, Google is tracking your location history – even when you turn off location tracking in Google Maps. It's increasingly apparent that privacy in today's digital age is a farce. If you want to actually stop Google from tracking location (short of selling all of your material possessions and living off the grid)
When August 2018 ends, should the trend continue, the current bull market will become the longest bull market (post-World War II,) taking over for the S&P 500 surge from November 1990 to March 2000. Today's bull market run started after the financial crisis caused by the US housing bubble collapse. Full Infographic via Visual Capitalist What
I recently got a text from Megan Greene, who is a friend and the global chief economist at Manulife Asset Management. She told me that she wrote an article in FT about a conversation we had. Her take was that systemic failures and the misallocation of capital could cause a bear market.
Here are some of the posts that caught my eye recently. Hope you find something interesting. Lighter Links The 5 Levels of Leadership. (Quartz) Your Obsession with Cognitive Biases is Probably Making You Dumber. (Inc) Apple Watch Keeps Spotting Cardiac Issues and Saving Lives, this Time in Australia. (AppleInsider) What is Intermittent Fasting and