These Are the Goods

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The danger of such a signal was that we had discovered it by accident

By Corey Hoffstein

One component of return swamped all others in predicting returns: whether the total supply of shares was contracting or expanding.

By Jason Zweig

Paying too much attention costs more than just your time

By Daniel Egan

If you don’t know what you are, how can you possibly know how you ought to conduct yourself in the markets?...The post These Are the Goods appeared first on The Irrelevant Investor.

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