Once again, the PPT gets credit for the rally:

Mad props to Richard Suttmeir for getting this right . . .

Hat tip ZeroHedge

Category: Psychology, Video

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3 Responses to “Blaming/Crediting the PPT”

  1. Simon says:

    Jack MacHugh has also been on to this one. Where the banks lead so will we follow.

  2. Simon says:

    I’ll sure be visiting valueengine.com

  3. Cursive says:

    Sounds like Dan Shaffer got it right. Richard Suttmeir? He’s talking about the market being undervalued 30% to 40% at the March lows, but now it’s overvalued after a 40% rise? Is this the kind of math that Lenny Dykstra learned from Mr. Suttmeir?