Posts filed under “Psychology”

Chart of the Week: Nasdaq, 1999 to 2005

6 Year Monthly chart of the Nasdaq, with dates removed: Can
you spot 9/11 on the chart?

Nasdaq, 1999 to 2005
Comp_911
Source: ILX


Surprisingly, the September 11 attacks are hard to pick out
on a monthly 6 year chart. Anecdotally, many traders I’ve shown this get it
wrong. That’s after thinking back to October 02 lows, and work backwards from
there.

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Quote of the Day:
"No man should escape our
universities without knowing how little he knows."
-J. Robert Oppenheimer

Category: Investing, Psychology, War/Defense

Terror & Markets Round Up

Category: Markets, Psychology, War/Defense

The Goal of Terror & the Global Economy

Category: Economy, Psychology, War/Defense

How Crises Impact Markets

Category: Markets, Psychology

How Markets React and Recover

Category: Markets, Psychology

The Megabubble Poll

Category: Commodities, Economy, Markets, Psychology, Real Estate

More on Post-Terror Market Responses

Category: Markets, Psychology

Understand the “Clinical Objectivity”

Category: Psychology, War/Defense

Post-Terror Market Responses

Category: Investing, Markets, Psychology, War/Defense

Terror Attack in London

Category: Investing, Psychology