Robert Shiller, Investor Behavior in the October 1987 Stock market Crash: Survey Evidence, NBER
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Category: Psychology, Think Tank, Trading

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  2. Dongaro says:

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  3. On this October 19 crash anniversary, it is good to remember that Dow theory followers were spared. By how much? The details here:

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    The real time responsiveness of this time-honored trend following method was outstanding.

    Regards.