Mass Psychology and Investing

Everything you ever wanted to know about Mass Psychology and investing.

Talented kids from low-income families become America’s Lost Einsteins

Talented kids To maximize innovation and growth, all of our brightest youth should have the opportunity to become inventors. But a study we recently conducted, jointly with Neviana Petkova of the U.S. Treasury paints a very different picture. We found that a child’s potential for future innovation seems to have as much to do with … Read more

Banking Scams; Their only purpose is to lie and Fleece the Populace

Banking Scams Their only purpose is to lie and Fleece the Populace and they make most of their money during times of turmoil that they helped create. You can use this data to your advantage; instead of panicking when the markets crash, jump in and purchase all the top quality stocks, you can load can … Read more

Stock Market Outlook According To Jackass Experts

Experts offer their Stock Market Outlook; 99% of the time they are dead wrong Stock Market Outlook; Experts are as good as Monkeys Naysayers get it right once and use that one event to highlight their prowess; they purposely fail to list the countless times they were wrong in the past. Moreover, they fail to … Read more

Financial Newsletter Services: Why Do They Lie?

Financial Newsletter Services: Lies &More? Our prime directive or main area of focus at the  Tactical Investor is on the topic of  Mass Psychology and on a secondary basis, we allocate some time to Technical analysis.  We don’t pay much attention to the news nor do we seek to recreate the news as many outlets … Read more

Seven Most Discrediting Media Screw ups of 2016

Editor: Philip Ragner | Tactical Investor Seven Most Discrediting Media Screw-Ups of 2016 The mainstream media was arguably the biggest loser of the 2016 presidential election. Time and again, the press engaged in unprecedented hackery in order to advance an agenda, and time and again they screwed up — big league. The man responsible for … Read more

How To Be Happy: Epicurus Had The Answer 1700 Years Ago

How To Be Happy: It’s Simpler Than You Think For Epicurus, the most pleasant life is one where we abstain from unnecessary desires and achieve an inner tranquillity (ataraxia) by being content with simple things, and by choosing the pleasure of philosophical conversation with friends over the pursuit of physical pleasures like food, drink, and … Read more

Fed Decision Limiting Market Downside Action

Fed Decision Limiting Market Downside Action The Fed is supporting this market with hot money: There has been an interesting theme this year; the Fed has gone out of its way to minimise market pullbacks.  Additionally, the pattern for the past 24 months has been to allow only one sharp pullback per annum.   Take a … Read more

The Factors That Make Corporate Fraud More Likely

The Corporate Fraud No matter how carefully you go over a company’s financial statements, it’s nearly impossible to detect fraud as an outsider, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do to avoid the companies where corporate fraud is more likely. The Anti-Fraud Collaboration, a partnership between the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), Financial … Read more