Want more proof that the entire world is falling asleep from this market, and it isn’t just me whining? Look at the volume. It’s about one-third what it was earlier this year, and one-sixth what it was during the Covid crash. Pathetic. Just sad and pathetic.
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
Boredom. I’ve written about it many times. I invariably describe it as more terrifying to me than death. I’m not exaggerating. The prospect of having nothing to do is miserable beyond belief to me. I do not idle well. I’m not going to relax. I don’t want to relax. I want to make things. And when I can’t make things, I lose my mind. Trust me, I’ve been losing my mind severely lately, and my grappling with the boredom demons has never been worse.
Of course, I don’t just roll around on the floor shrieking when I am in this state. I desperately try to find something productive or constructive to do. But sometimes there’s just nothing left, and I have to get creative. After all, one can sort the proverbial sock drawer only so many times. So I did something I hadn’t ever done before: I opened up my huge trunk of memories, and I sorted through it.(more…)
Hulbert’s HGNSI joins other sentiment-based positive indicators for Gold
Just as ole’ Jim Cramer above signaled an imminent short-term rally recently in the stock market, bleak views coming out of the gold bug “community” are reliable contrary indicators. The Hulbert Gold Newsletter Sentiment Index (HGNSI) is out and it is fully bullish on a contrary basis as it shows gold newsletter writers in full retreat.
We have noted that Gold’s CoT has been improving (CotBase)…(more…)
Some people have accused me of being smart. I fervently disagree. I’d like to offer into evidence something which the Virtual Trading system has taught me. Plus, I’d like to encourage you folks to use the system not so much for the ego-gratifying chance to get onto the Top Ten list, but to learn something about yourself, as I have recently done.(more…)