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The Federal Thrift Savings Plan’s C Fund tracks the S&P 500 index. The chart of the S&P 500 shows the short term trend (green line) has held once more. This trend has held up six times since it began in early 2013. … Read More ›
The recent pullback in the S&P500 was a mere 4%, but it generated a lot of news and speculation. The 4% pullback worked some of the overbought conditions off, but it did not reach the short term trend in the… Read More ›
If you head over to Paul B. Farrell’s Lazy Portfolios page on MarketWatch you will see a current table of eight portfolios designed for a diversified buy & hold portfolio. These portfolios allow one to forget about your investments and… Read More ›
One of the assumptions that seems to be held as fact even by the best analyst is that the Central Banker’s objectives are simply maximum employment and stable prices. What is missing and inherent in every system is the objective of… Read More ›