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What My Favorite Quirky Indicator Predicts for 2014

When I try to divine short-term market movements, I have a distinct weakness for this fuzzy thing called ‚??market sentiment.‚?Ě

I have a confession to make.

When I try to divine short-term market movements, I have a distinct weakness for this fuzzy thing called ‚??market sentiment.‚?Ě

As a member of the exclusive clan of Chartered Financial Analysts (CFAs) — schooled as we are in the rigors of modern quantitative finance — that admission is borderline heresy.

In world awash and bedazzled by complex financial models, ‚??market sentiment‚?Ě doesn’t have the perceived legitimacy of, say, looking at a company’s balance sheet, or income statements or cash flows.

Finish reading about why market sentiment leaves me bullish.

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Nicolas A. Vardy is the London-based International Economics Correspondent for Human Events.

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What My Favorite Quirky Indicator Predicts for 2014

I have a confession to make.

When I try to divine short-term market movements, I have a distinct weakness for this fuzzy thing called ‚Äúmarket sentiment.‚ÄĚ

As a member of the exclusive clan of Chartered Financial Analysts (CFAs) — schooled as we are in the rigors of modern quantitative finance — that admission is borderline heresy.

In world awash and bedazzled by complex financial models, ‚Äúmarket sentiment‚ÄĚ doesn’t have the perceived legitimacy of, say, looking at a company’s balance sheet, or income statements or cash flows.

Finish reading about why market sentiment leaves me bullish.

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