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Mebane Faber – Global Value – Review

For another change to trading books I got this one to read about global value investing. I have not started to doubt in my trading philosophy, quite the opposite. I just like to read about other investing and trading methods irrelevant to my own to keep my mind fresh and unbiased. The book Global Value […]

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Mebane Faber – Global Asset Allocation – Review

The book published in 2015 by Mebane Faber looks at different asset classes to invest money in and dives into the world’s top investment strategies. After having read lots of trading books I got this broad investing book just to read something different for a change. Though I haven’t moved from trading US stocks to […]

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Charts

A bubble is a bull market you are not participating in

2020 was indeed a very interesting year in the stock market: markets in turmoil in March like the world was going to end, yolo calls by Robinhooders in April, the market recovering in summer, US presidential election, and many parabolic moves at the end of the year (TSLA and Bitcoin to me personally). It was […]

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Steve Burns – Moving Averages 101 – Review

This is a rather short book about moving averages used in combination with RSI and MACD. The author Steve Burns published this couple of hours read in 2015. Nevertheless, it is a good overview of key moving averages and how they work. I’ve been following Steve’s work on Twitter for a while now and he […]

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Is trading art or science?

I’ve been writing book reviews and less about my own trading in recent times. Though 2020 has been good to me in regard to trading, I’m not overly excited about this. It just shows my strategies have been well in sync with the market and also hard work has started to pay off. I have […]