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Monty Pelerin is a pseudonym. The man behind the pseudonymn has a Phd is Finance and Economics, having degrees from the Duke University, the University of Chicago and Syracuse University. 

My interests are politics, economics, finance and the decline of our country and culture. ... more

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Investors Should Be Scared
Optimism based on the Federal Reserve lowering interest rates or administering more QE may provide some with comfort, but it should not.
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Trump Bashing — Free Trade
A free trade agreement is a simple thing. It requires only one sentence: Goods shall pass between nations absent the effects of any penalties, subsidies or quotas.
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Diversification, Momentum And Risk
High volatility and high drawdowns, can be dampened by diversification. Often this diversification is costly in terms of what it does to returns.
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EC Momentum Investing — A Path To Wealth?
Momentum investing is predicated on corrections in pricing taking longer than the “instantaneous” adjustment predicted by EMT.
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Stock Market Analysis
Technical analysis provides a practical means to outperform markets, at least for the present. However, any simple means to outperform markets should not be expected to last forever.
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Market Returns - Simple Improvement
A market filter is something that tells an investor when he should be in the market and when he should be out. A filter adds a mechanical aspect to trading.
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Momentum Investing — A Path To Wealth?
9 months ago

Thanks for your comment.

The Trust Destroyers
3 years ago

Mr. Reich is part of the establishment. My comments on his article/position can be found on my website at www.economicnoise.com

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