Bart Ward
Located on the lower side of Manhattan in New York City, is the financial district known as “Wall Street.” Wall Street itself is about seven blocks long, running west from the South Seaport and deadening at the Trinity Church, located at 75 Broadway. The financial district is about fifteen block...Read More
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Years ago the famous economist John Kenneth Galbraith, said to me that “The only thing new in the stock market is unlearned history.” In response I said that, “Additionally, all sins are forgiven in a bull market and no sins are forgiven in a bear market.” All of this talk came out of the di...Read More
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The end of the year is upon us. It’s often a time to reflect about who we are and where we are going. Most often, we say that we are going to make changes—but we don’t....Read More
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Have you noticed all of those statistics in the financial section of the newspapers or on a financial station and wondered what they all mean? Well, I will try to give a little insight into these numbers....Read More
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We have all heard that “institutions” or the “big boys” are the major influence in the stock market. This concept gives way the nebulous idea that somehow and someway these “professional investors”, who influence large amounts of money, act in concert to drive stock prices up and down. W...Read More
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One of the most common theories that seek to forecast stock prices is the Dow Theory. The theory interprets the interaction of the Dow Jones industrial and Transportation averages. Its principles were formulated by Charles Dow and S. A. Nelson at the turn of the last century and popularized by Will...Read More
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Have you seen pictures of the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and wondered what is going on down there? It may seem chaotic to a visitor with people taking calls at phones, brokers gathered at trading posts, pages pushing through the crowd and electronic equipment everywhere. While it may seem ...Read More
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