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Five Things You Need to Know: The Majority, The Contrary, Seasonality, Demise of the Hummer, Pump Up the Volume

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...one should turn the volume on when Jeff Macke is being interviewed.

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Editor's Note: While we congregate in Vail for Minyans in The Mountains 3, we asked each Professor to prepare some thoughts on fiscal literacy, how to listen to the market and their area of expertise.

1) The market tends to move against a majority at risk.

2)
A majority opinion is not necessarily wrong – a contrary approach to investing must include the observation that price action is indeed moving against majority opinion.

3)
Seasonality does not cause market moves, it simply reflects tendencies based upon prior price action.

4)
Seasonality and sentiment are setup indicators.

5)
A record short interest level is in itself as meaningless as observing that overall volume is at a record. Records of short interest relative to volume (short ratio) are meaningful.

Random Thoughts

  • The demise of the production of the Hummer1 could be a sign that the advance of oil is nearly complete.

  • Stocks remain in a secular bear cycle that began in 2000.

  • When watching CNBC, one should turn the volume on when Jeff Macke is being interviewed.
No positions in stocks mentioned.

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