I have a degree in Math and Science from the University of Toronto, as well as a degree in education, also from U of T. During my 44-years of investing, I have come to understand that the only constants in the stock market are fear and funds (money), and that Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) provides the best description of how money moves through the economy. In partnership with David Huston, we search for and analyze repetitive sentiment and fund-flow-based patterns in the stock market's price history, and offer a Marketplace service, Away From the Herd, that reports our findings and allows subscribers to replicate the trades we are involved in for our own accounts. My four decades of experience in the market have taught me to not trade "for the sake of trading". Identifying, and staying with the primary trend is key to wealth accumulation. We use a variety of investment instruments such as stocks, ETFs, and options to take advantage of opportunities as they arise.
My 40-years of market experience, and degrees in math, science and education, combined with my partner's analytical prowess, allows us to produce a uniquely independent analysis of the equity markets, focusing on investor sentiment and applied MMT (Modern Monetary Theory) in order to discern patterns in the market's pricing history.