Richard Sylla, economic historian and professor of economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business, talks with WSJ’s E.S. Browning about his formula for predicting market performance.

Source: A Long-Term Case for Stocks

Prof. Sylla is a financial historian at New York University’s Stern School of Business, studying market behavior all the way back to 1790. By analyzing patterns detected years ago with two colleagues, he accurately predicted in 2000 the decade of overall declines that haunted investors.

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  1. MayorQuimby says:

    “Past Performance Is Not Indicative of Future Results”