Monthly Archives: January 2012

Checklist on Market Conditions: Clues Helpful to Asset Allocation

By Kevin M. Wilson This posting is updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In … Continue reading

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Checklist on Market Conditions: Clues Helpful to Asset Allocation

By Kevin M. Wilson This posting is updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In … Continue reading

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Weekly Comments: Pivot Point for Economy and Markets?

By Kevin M. Wilson The markets have been grinding upward lately, but with low volumes and generally tentative daily price action.  Bulls argue now that there will be no US recession, profit margins will shrink a bit (but not that … Continue reading

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Checklist on Market Conditions: Clues Helpful to Asset Allocation

By Kevin M. Wilson This posting is updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In … Continue reading

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Checklist on Market Conditions: Clues Helpful to Asset Allocation

By Kevin M. Wilson This posting is updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In … Continue reading

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