Category: Statistics

The Masks We Wear

I'm planning to drop some COVID-19 info and updates into some of my posts, hopefully in a way that won't get people thinking that I'm taking a position in the US election, as it is of vital interest for the economy going forward, and there was a time when that mattered for stock markets too,...

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Category: Statistics

Rally Time

My apologies for this being the first post in a couple of weeks. Hoping to get this back to a couple of posts a week now. I've been avoiding discussing COVID-19 much in recent months as it is very much an election issue in the US and that's not a conversation I really want to...

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Category: Statistics

Nosebleed Highs

The high earlier this year was at the main resistance trendline on SPX, starting at the low in March 2009, support at the low in 2010, broken as support in 2011 and then backtested as resistance then and several times since. The high yesterday was just shy of a full test and that has broken...

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Category: Statistics

An Overflow Of Good Converts To Bad

I have a Shakespeare theme with the title today, which is a quote from Richard III. I am a lifelong Shakespeare lover and have been using some of my quarantine time watching film versions of some of his plays, of which I have about thirty or so in total, many of which were beautifully done....

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Category: Statistics

A Short History Of Superflu Pandemics

My last few posts have been a coronavirus COVID-19 series, so I'm putting in the links here so as to refer back to them easily for now. These are the six posts so far. 18th February - Peering Through The Fog Around Coronavirus COVID-19 24th February - Some Genuine Coronavirus Numbers Coming Through 28th February...

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