All posts tagged "stock market statistics"

  • S&P 500 Overbought Chart
    Investing Links of Interest – May 21, 2013

    Raymond James‘ chief market strategist Jeff Saut recently delivered a bullish forecast at Minyanville and elaborates on his discussion with Rich Bernstein, who believes the bull market is only in the 4th or 5th innings. Saut doesn’t...

    • Posted May 21, 2013
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  • SPX higher six months in a row
    Statistical Evidence for a Continuation of the Bull Market in Stocks

    Analysis of stock market historical patterns can serve up food for thought as to the probabilities for future gains or losses. For instance, the S&P 500 has closed higher in each of the six months leading up...

    • Posted May 2, 2013
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  • Mark Hulbert - Hulbert Financial Digest
    Mark Hulbert Comments on Statistical Basis for Selling in May

    Mark Hulbert, editor of the Hulbert Financial Digest, was interviewed by CNBC’s Scott Wapner today regarding the validity of the “sell in May” motto. Hulbert said the statistical evidence for selling in May was surprisingly strong, in...

    • Posted April 30, 2013
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  • Mark Hulbert - Hulbert Financial Digest
    Mark Hulbert on the Implications of Stock Market Making New Highs

    Mark Hulbert, editor of the Hulbert Financial Digest, was interviewed by CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla regarding the implications if the Dow breaches its record high of 14,164. Citing 70 years of data from Ned Davis Research, Hulbert said...

    • Posted March 1, 2013
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  • Doug Kass - Seabreeze Partners
    Stocks are Cheap Statistically: Doug Kass

    CNBC’s Melissa Lee interviewed Doug Kass, Seabreeze Partners, today.  Lee asked Kass to comment on the troubles at MF Global and Jefferies Group.  Kass said he didn’t know much about Jefferies’ balance sheet, but said the drop...

    • Posted November 3, 2011
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  • Market Metrics Hit Extremes in Latest Correction

    The stock market provided some entertainment for those with a penchant for statistical anomalies over the past few weeks. Quantifiable Edges and Ned Davis Research (NDR) were a few sources highlighting several historical precedents.

    • Posted August 15, 2011
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