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Educational Segment

Date Expert Opinion Subject
2012-11-19 Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Educational Segment.  What is your favorite indicator.  He has no one favourite indicator that makes it easy for everyone.  There are lots of them.  Some work 50% of the time and others work the other 50% of the time.  You have trend, momentum, seasonal and cycles, breath, sentiment, chart patterns and volume indicators.  He likes to take one from each area; MC Oscillator is one he likes.  It looks at breadth of market – those going up vs those going down and looks at momentum.  It always lines up with market bottoms and turning points.  It says the market is so oversold that the potential for a turn is indicated.  It does not say how far or how long the market will go up.

2012-11-05 Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Educational Segment: Covered Call Strategy. He is very bullish on covered calls. You have to focus on time decay, volatility (Vix Indicators), do the timing. His guest talked about her approach. Sweet spot is from 3 to zero months because you loose 60% of the premium in that time (25-45days). Do it several times per year. REIT focus Canadian and US. e.g. IYR-N

2012-10-22 Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Educational Segment. Inflation. They have changed the way they calculated it. Once in the 80s and again in the 90s. Tires today last longer than they did decades ago so the fact that they went up in price does not indicate an actual inflation rate. Inflation is 5.5% using the pre-1990 method but is 2% using today's method. US GDP would have gone way down using the old way of calculating inflation but using today's method it has gone up.

2012-10-15 Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Educational Segment. S&P closed last week at a very key trend-line. Last year coming off the lows in October, market came up and held the trend-line for a couple of weeks, broke inter-week and closed above. Trend-lines are interesting because you get an opportunity to put in a trade with a fairly tight stop. Thinks the market grinds higher into the end of the year even though expectations for earnings are lower. If we close back below 1420 then we start to get nervous.

2012-09-24 Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Educational Segment: Canadian Retail Investor Sentiment: The cycle of market emotions. You can participate in the sentiment survey and education videos. There are no really good surveys for the Canadian investor. Only those that participate can see the results. He wants you to become a member of the site. Has a few hundred so far and wants a few thousand across Canada.

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