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  • shaved_head_and_balls commented on Dr. Paul Price's article 10-02 01:10
    Party Like It's 2008!
    Fall is in the air and so is fear. The Middle East is at war. Our Federal Reserve Bank is clueless about what to do. Volkswagen’s diesel deceit...
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    shaved_head_and_balls 10-02 02:10
    • The author was touting oil and oil stocks last year with lots of similar cliches about sentiment. Wrong then, wrong now. Sentiment indicators are as useful as crystal balls bought on Amazon.

  • shaved_head_and_balls commented on Dr. Paul Price's article 09-29 16:58
    Think Crude Thoughts
    The price of West Texas Intermediate crude oil dropped to $81.07 per barrel last week. It now sits at just pennies above 4-year support. From around...
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    shaved_head_and_balls 09-29 17:58
    • People should re-read this article to see why only a miniscule number of people outperform benchmark indices after adjusting for risk. All the usual ingredients:

      -Mumbo jumbo technical analysis (support levels).

      -Valuation methods based on future single-year earnings guesstimates from Wall Street analysts.

      -Irrelevant historical price comparisons for a cyclical commodity.

      -Use of options (high spread and high taxes).

      On a positive note, the author seems to have made a nice job for himself as a provider of infotainment to stock hobbyists and retirees.



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