Monthly Archives: October 2015

Columbus Day and W. D. Gann

Columbus Day has become a neglected holiday. That’s not entirely due to the fact that the first European to reach America was actually Lief Ericson, and not Christopher Columbus. Columbus Day Isn’t Ericson Day Maybe Ericson just needed a better … Continue reading

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Russian Planes Hit Syria World Point

Russian planes have been in the news a lot lately. They’ve been flying over Syria, and have apparently been doing lots of damage, not only to insurgents on the ground, but also to Russia’s relations with the U.S. Those relations … Continue reading

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October Surprises in the Stock Market

October surprises in the stock market usually mean bad news for the bulls. At least that’s the popular notion about the month. After all, October has a solid reputation for being associated with stock market disasters. History In The Making … Continue reading

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