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Preface from Tim: David Pinsen wrote the item below. From what I can tell, there is nothing particularly partisan about it, although it obviously has dozens of political references. For the love of my personal savior, sweet baby Jesus, don’t get into another ridiculous political slam-fest. David has some things to say about symbols, so lay off the politics. Thank yew, thank yew.
PredictIt odds on the Presidential election, as of Tuesday night.
Well, it’s been two months since I ran the survey. Let’s see how those Sloper predictions worked out:
So it’s been a few days, and there’s no clear winner yet, but, look – – let’s be serious, if we can, just for a moment – – I think Biden is probably going to be the guy. So, if that is true, it seems that the third most popular choice (Biden Beats Trump – Close Call) was the correct one.
There are very few short ideas I mentioned more often over the years than CBL & Associates, due to its sensational analog pattern. I think I did about a dozen posts in total, such as this one. Now that it has declared bankruptcy, and stopped trading at nine pennies a share, I think we can bid this chart a fond farewell and put it in the Hall of Fame for analogs.