In part 1, I listed 20 commonly believed myths that Ken Fisher disproves, and 3 commonly held beliefs where he proves the opposite is true. Here are a couple of examples of his stats and a review of the rest of this extremely insightful book. The stats show that in the 9 years with the highest U.S. budget surpluses in the last 60 years, the stock market average the following year was 0.8%, while the year after the 9 largest budget deficits the stock market average was 21.8%. So, government deficits are hugely bullish, while surpluses are clearly bearish. Read more…

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