We promised to bring you all the best sources of information from the trading floors, ceilings and walls and wherever it is hiding. Getting all the tools in one place to be a successful trader is hard, particularly in this man vs. machine world. The Trader’s Almanac is one of those tools.
Today Jeff shared his first piece on the presidential election and we have five more to go. Watch those tweets and feeds to catch all of Jeff’s latest seasonal data.
Jeff’s first post:
$DJIA Voting For Obama: Election Year Winning Track Good For More Gains & Obama Re-Election Odds Better Than You Think – Jeffrey Hirsch MTS contributor
Here’s more about Jeffrey Hirsch:
Jeffrey A. Hirsch – Editor in chief of Stock Trader’s Almanac, chief market strategist. Mr. Hirsch joined the general partner and the investment manager in 2012 as the chief market strategist. Mr. Hirsch also is president of the Hirsch Organization. He worked with founder Yale Hirsch for 15 years before taking over in 2001. He is the author of the 2011 book “Super Boom: Why the Dow Will Hit 38,820 and How You Can Profit From It” (Wiley). He appears frequently on CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg, Fox Business, and many other national and international media outlets to discuss market cycles, seasonality, trading patterns, market forecasts, and historical trends. Mr. Hirsch is frequently quoted in Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, and many other national and international publications and financial outlets. Hirsch also edits the Commodity Trader’s Almanac and the firm’s digital toolkit, Almanac Investor, a subscription-based product including investor alerts, market data, portfolio recommendations, and research tools. His latest book, “The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles,” was published in August 2012. He is also a widely sought-after speaker and a regular presenter at financial and investment conferences.