Another view of the wall of worry – and why price always king!

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The excellent Quantifiable Edges site points out that, since 2012,low volume on market strength has not been bearish.  Traders looking for volume confirmation of market strength have missed an important dynamic of this bull market.


The ASX’s most unloved……



Gold Bear Market Analogue

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Jim Rogers shares his brilliant insights


1.  “Most successful investors, in fact, do nothing most of the time.”

2.  “If you want to make a lot of money, resist diversification.”

3.  “It is remarkable how many people mistake a bull market for brains.”

4. “On Wall Street there’s no truer adage than …’markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.’”

5.   “No matter what we all know today, it’s not going to be true in 10 or 15 years.”

6.   “If you want to be lucky, do your homework.”

7.   “Swim your own races.”

8.  “If the world economy gets better, commodities are very good place to be in … even if the world economy does not improve, commodities are still a fabulous place to be.”

9.  “The most sensible skill that I can give to somebody born in 2003 is a perfect command of Mandarin.”

10.  “Become a Chinese farmer, that’s what you should do.”

11.  “If you can find ways to invest in Myanmar, you will be very, very rich over the next 20, 30, 40 years.”

12.  “India is not a place for investors, but it’s a fabulous country for tourists”

13.  “I don’t know any way to short either Harvard or Stanford.”

14.  “I was poor once, I didn’t like it, I don’t want to be poor again”

Ring any bells?

1982 s&p

The bull market – a tale of two halves

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We have been watching this over the last couple of months. As members know we’ve liked China.