Isn’t life funny? Last week I wrote about Charles Mackay – he of the Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds 1841 book – who said, ‘those who sound the alarm over an approaching railway crisis have somewhat exaggerated […]
Or to paraphrase: the Hindenburg Omen has a good name; shame about its reliability. Developed to monitor shares on the New York Stock Exchange, it could be used for any other major international index but, surprisingly, is not. While the […]
Stock, bond, and FX markets have been on a wild ride since the so-called ‘surprise’ election of Donald Trump as 45th US President. He doesn’t start the job until January but already there is much speculation as to who he […]
The STA’s annual summer party was a real treat with the awarding of Diplomas to this year’s successful students followed by a presentation by an eminent speaker, then drinks and lots of nice nibbles for all later. An excellent turnout […]
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