[Mr. X Part 2] “He stuck a gun in his mouth and pulled the trigger”

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By Dan Murphy Read “Mr. X Part 1” here >> Well, I’ve got a dirty little secret dear reader. I have privy information from the world’s oldest trader. Buffett? He’s just a baby. Soros? Heck no. His name is Mr. X. My secret weapon… ———Recommended————————– Exclusive gift for you: I’d like to give you access more »

World’s oldest trader (not Buffett) says…

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Editor’s note: Crash Canary signals are now included in these daily emails. Enjoy! By Dan Murphy Is this the calm before the storm for the markets? Or are we going straight to new highs? I was thinking about that on a late hike in Newport Coast today. The sun was shinning, the birds chirping, and more »

Crazy Ivan fires on stock market bears

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Editor’s note: Crash Canary signals are now included in these daily emails. Enjoy! By Dan Murphy What a difference three days makes. Agony to ecstasy. Back in the Cold War days, submarine captains would turn sharply while shutting down their engines to detect if anyone was following them. It’s called a “Crazy Ivan.” Popularized by more »

How to Ebola-proof your portfolio

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Editor’s note: Crash Canary signals are now included in these daily emails.  By Dan Murphy In Nassim Taleb’s 2001 book, Fooled By Randomness, he talks about random events that shock the financial system. He uses “black swans” as a metaphor to make his point. ———————————– Exclusive gift for you: I’d like to give you access to my brand more »

[FREE GIFT] Crash Canary signals return!

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  Editor’s note: Keep reading to see the Crash Canary signals for free. The market grabbed millions of investors by the throat this week, forcing them to stay glued to stock tickers and financial TV. Down, up, big gap down, big up, up. Many say that you have to weather these down moves. There’s no more »

Crash Canary – 2014 report card

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Wow. This is cool.   Whenever I make a trading system, I like to see how well it performs in the “real-world” vs testing on historical data.   The PROOF isn’t in the back test. It’s in the bloody trenches of the most treacherous arena for any trading model…   …THE FUTURE.   So more »

Will my system work in the future?

I want to share something kind of “techie” with you today.  It’s about how to figure out if a trading model will likely continue to work into the future.  I’ve seen plenty of great back-tests turn into big, steaming piles of horse pucky when traded in a real account with real money.  Anyhoo… Anyone that knows me knows that I’m a bit more »

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