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Weekend Charts: All Quiet on the Western Front

…they ought to have been mediators and guides to the world of maturity . . . to the future . . . in our hearts we trusted them.

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First You Cut the Hay

Well, first you check the forecast to see if it’s going to rain. Then you pray the forecast is right. Then you cut the hay. Then you wait (and pray some more). 1,086 more words


Will you be able to weather the storm?

When writing a business plan, it’s important to consider ‘seasonality’. ‘Seasonality’ is a way of predicting consumer behaviour. How often do customers buy? When do they buy?  335 more words

Christmas in July?

CNBC’s Bob Pisani shared an interesting stat today… see below.  Sure enough, here we are on the first trading day of July with the Dow up by 146 points. 41 more words


Looking Forward into July

The typical chart chronicles the price path of a currency (pair) over the years and can provide a lot of information for traders to use. Yet there is another way to view currency charts, and that is to look at them in a seasonal fashion. 307 more words


Surprisingly strong showing

The market faced a number of headwinds in May – seasonality (“sell in May and go away”), the Presidential Election Cycle (now in its second year where since 1934 the average decline has been 21%) and an aging bull market (more than 5 years old; not many have lasted as long). 119 more words

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