Charting My Interruption (CMI): “The Siren Call of Market Rallies.”


  • In life, and in investing, it is usually not the easy path that gets rewarded.
  • The immediate satisfaction felt when selling weakness and buying strength is rarely granted a smooth glidepath to profits.
  • The better approach is to spend more time identifying the environment and prospectively determining the systematically derived levels that need to be overcome to change that environment, so bias can't creep into the decision making process when making 'live' decisions.

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