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Mr. Market at the Psychologist, Part 6: How Central Banks Impact Sentiment - My Strategic Forecast - David Frost

Mr. Market at the Psychologist, Part 6: How Central Banks Impact Sentiment

This is part six of a series on market psychology, specifically central banks impact on sentiment. Click here for part one on decoding market psychology. Click here for part two on investor sentiment and fundamentals. Click here for part three on emotional investing. Click here for part four on the herd mentality. Click here for […]

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Mr. Market at the Psychologist, Part 2: How Do You Feel About Investing? - My Strategic Forecast - David Frost

Mr. Market at the Psychologist, Part 2: How Do You Feel About Investing?

This is part two of a series on market psychology, specifically on market sentiment. Click here for part one on decoding the market’s state of mind. In a perfect world, the valuations of various investments would always depend on quantitative numbers. The stocks of companies that are growing would always climb in proportion with their […]

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Mr. Market at the Psychologist Part 1: Decoding the Market's State of Mind - My Strategic Forecast - David Frost

Mr. Market at the Psychologist Part 1: Decoding the Market’s State of Mind

It’s no secret that the market has a mind of its own, and there are many aspects of this psychology. Investors themselves drive the market’s mindset by flocking in one direction en masse and crowding positions or by having knee-jerk reactions to headlines. Additionally, investors and traders who have spent any time at all studying […]

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