Some of you have seen this before. Some of you haven’t. I’ve watched it many times. If there was one thing that convinced me that I wanted to live in the world of trading, it was this 1987 documentary on Paul Tudor Jones: The Trader.
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I have written about Sotheby’s many times in the past, because it has the curious role of being basically the company catering specifically to Very Rich People. Let’s face it, folks like you and me aren’t bidding tens (or hundreds) of millions of dollars on pieces of art. In the past, Sotheby’s has been an interesting harbinger of psychological shifts in the market, but I must say, I’m not seeing it here. It just keeps blasting to lifetime highs. All that central bank money has to flow somewhere, I guess……..might as well be a $150 million painting.
Well, my tweet last night was spot-on:
If you look long enough, I think you can tease out a pattern to this madness:
A couple of weeks ago, I ran a SlopeCharts survey to find out what people wanted to see in my beloved SlopeCharts product. I was surprised to see that by far the most requested improvement was the availability of chart periods other than daily – – that is, weekly and monthly charts.
Well, they’re ready to use now for everyone! You’ll see this new item up on the SlopeCharts menu bar: