Are Fed Decisions “Tradable Events?”

It may seem like questing after a unicorn, but then again, that’s what a lot of investment research is:  Going through the trash (mountains of data) and thinking the Hope Diamond might be in there somewhere.

But that’s how we roll around here:  While the longer views of history can be pretty good with enough diligence, so can taking the opposite tack – Superficial and Big Picture matter, too.  Looking through the repeating events for signs of something useful to bet on….er….invest in…it all kinds of fun.

The only difference between a compulsive gambler and a leverage-oriented investor is what, exactly? Difference in casinos, maybe?

At any rate, Ures truly sifts a mountain of data and comes up with a gem…if it works out…but first some headlines to rattle us back to consciousness.

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2 thoughts on “Are Fed Decisions “Tradable Events?””

  1. when I went to school you can take your rifles to school but no alcohol or drugs now you can take alcohol and drugs to school but no rifles

    • When we overtook the Japanese they were confounded they were like what you’re not going to kill us it was because of our religious beliefs back then you know everyone deserves a chance even if you throw the first stone and they could not accept that they were warriors they were like kill kill kill now we were like to save save save

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