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- DescriptionAn invative investment approach that takes the actions of the U.S. Congress into consideration Historical research indicates that, more often than t, when Congress is in session there is a negative effect on equities markets (the Congressional Effect ) due possibly to investor uncertainty surrounding government action or inaction as well as the unintended consequences of Congressional legislative initiatives on the stock market. Author Eric Singer, a financial professional with over twenty-five years of experience, is an expert on this phemen, and with this new book he shares his extensive insights with you. Trade the Congressional Effect skillfully details how you can profit from Congress's impact on the stock market. Along the way, it puts this approach in perspective and gives you all the tools you'll need to profitably incorporate it into your investing endeavors. Singer walks you through the process of trading the Congressional Effect and provides practical guidance regarding the possible pitfalls and opportunities you'll face each step of the way. * Addresses why it is better to invest while Congress isn't in session * Reveals exactly what the Congressional Effect encompasses and why it occurs * Written by Eric Singer, one of the first people to publicly document the general effect of Congress on daily stock prices Supported by over forty-five years of real world data, the Congressional Effect has proven profitable to those who kw how to use it. This timely guide will show you exactly what it takes to make this phemen work for you.
- Author BiographyERIC T. SINGER manages the Congressional Effect Fund, traded under the symbol CEFFX (CEFIX for institutional investors), a public mutual fund launched in 2008 through his registered investment advisor, Congressional Effect Management, LLC (www.congressionaleffect.com). He was the first to document the general effect of Congress on daily stock prices in an article published in Barron's in 1992. His opinion pieces have appeared in Investor's Business Daily as well as Forbes, the American Spectator, American Thinker, Townhall, Seeking Alpha, and Newsmax, and he has been featured on national TV and radio, including Fox Business News and Bloomberg TV.
- Author(s)Eric T. Singer
- PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Date of Publication23/10/2012
- SubjectFinance & Accounting
- Series TitleWiley Trading
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight406 g
- Width161 mm
- Height228 mm
- Spine20 mm
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