The last 5 subjects I’ve talked about in the last month:
- Commodity Index Correlation (read more and more)
- Extended VXX/XIV Historical Data (read more, more and more)
- Testing Woodshedder’s Long-Term Indicator (read more)
- Quarterly Stock Market Seasonality (read more, more and more)
- October Seasonality in Gold, Large vs Small-Caps, and Equities
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I never stopped to think how eclectic (and/or scatterbrained) this blog’s subject matter is.
Most blogs in this space drill down, down, down on two or three of themes.
I can’t seem to stay interested in a subject for more than a week at a time.
I’m not sure if that’s a help or a hindrance to my readership.
My hope is that it exposes me/you to fresh ideas and sends me/you off on tangents that occasionally make me/you a better trader (Lord knows the strength of my prose isn’t enough to carry a blog).
But I’ve been wondering lately, should I instead cover everything about something?
Or are these analytical drive-byes more useful, covering something about everything?
No point to this post, just wondering out loud.
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