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On other boards I see references to TA - Technical Analysis. In John's
book after 210 pages he makes mention of it by quoting one of his
favorite fund managers, Dr. Gary Hirst's investigation of
TA in 1991, and dismisses it as "wishful thinking".

Past perfomance can not predict future results picking stocks or
mutual funds. A point John Maudlin has been making but many pay no
attention to.

I am about get to Chapters 16 to 18 where he eluded to in the
Introduction that he will show us "precisely how to invest in stocks
today" in a Secular Bear market.

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