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Fritz Hottinger  

Fritz Hottinger (a pseudonym) is a graduate of Northwestern University, with MBA from University of Chicago. While getting his MBA, he was fortunate to be trained under Harry Roberts (statistics) and Roger Ibbotson (stock market theory) when computers were in their infancy. These professors showed him the beginnings of stock market analysis by computer.

He began writing his own programs on an Apple IIe. When Apple’s focus went to graphics and away from spreadsheets, he switched to IBM and Windows.

He has been actively trading stocks & options since 1982. His proprietary program gave excellent SELL signals prior to the October crashes in ’87 and again in ’89. And both times he loaded up with OEX ...More

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  • Description: Retired. Trading frequency: Daily
  • Interests: Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Mutual funds, Options, Retirement savings, Stocks - long, Stocks - short, Tech stocks
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Re $SAND If so, then market may be thinking there are more over-valued assets on the books. Oct 10, 2013