Monthly Archives: April 2012

Introduction: John Hussman

John Hussman is the manager of the Hussman Funds. He is a heavy duty numbers/data geek. And a very good stock picker. But you can’t buy a fund of his stock picks. The Hussman Strategic Growth Fund (HSGFX) is a … Continue reading

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Why “Hot Hands” Cool

“Hot Hands” is a fund manager with good recent returns. Bill Miller beat the S&P 500 for 15 years, a remarkable run. The run ended several years ago. He is about to retire. His career average return is just slightly … Continue reading

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Corrections – Both Up and Down

Looking at our equity and bond funds, my wife noticed an interesting pattern. Most of the funds have returned to their 50 day EMA – equity funds dropping, bond funds rising. This looks like a healthy correction. Of course if … Continue reading

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The Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act contains a significant piece of Disintermediating Wall Street, bypassing Wall Street for investment directly in local businesses, AKA locavesting or crowdfunding. See Liberal moaning over JOBS Act is misguided for more details. It … Continue reading

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