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Seasons greetings from Trader Edge. It has been a crazy year for me personally. We lost our 12-year old White German Shepherd early this year due to complications after surgery. Our 9-year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi had emergency surgery the … Continue reading
There will be no post this week. My wife and I moved into a new house late last week and everything we own is still in boxes. Hopefully we will have achieved some level of normalcy before next week’s post. … Continue reading
I am working on the final edit of my new (second) options book. I will post an update here as soon as the new book is available. There will be print and Kindle versions. Due to the demands of the … Continue reading
We got hit by an ice storm and are currently without power. As a result, there will be no post this week. Brian Johnson
Seasons greetings from Trader Edge. I hope that you have found some of the Trader Edge articles to be useful this year. I have enjoyed corresponding with many of you throughout 2014 and I appreciate all of the feedback on … Continue reading
I don’t believe it is appropriate to use this forum to spread my political beliefs. However, I do follow politics and I wanted to share with you two interesting sites that forecast election results. The first is Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.com. … Continue reading
I heard something remarkable this morning that reminded me just how ill-suited the human brain is for making investment decisions. The inherent decision-making deficiencies that we all share are well documented in decades of behavioral economics and behavioral finance studies, … Continue reading