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Mon Nov 20, 2023, 05:30 PM Nov 2023

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Tuesday, 21 November 2023

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Tuesday, 21 November 2023

Previous SMW:
SMW for 20 November 2023

AT THE CLOSING BELL ON 20 November 2023

Dow Jones 35,151.04 +203.76 (0.58%)
S&P 500 4,547.38 +33.36 (0.74%)
Nasdaq 14,284.53 +159.05 (1.13%)


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Quote for the Day:

Every ultrafundamentalist believes the prophecies are being fulfilled – the last days are here, right now. This conviction dominates their thought so thoroughly as to color every pronouncement they make on theological and political issues. Everywhere around them they find the world crumbling, old standards being swept away, loyalty to pure doctrine being destroyed, and the work of Satan reigning throughout Christendom.

Erling Jorstad. The Politics of Doomsday: Fundamentalists of the Far Right. Abingdon Press. © 1970.

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STOCK MARKET WATCH: Tuesday, 21 November 2023 (Original Post) Tansy_Gold Nov 2023 OP
I don't want to agree with those Fundamentalists, but I'm beginning to realize bucolic_frolic Nov 2023 #1


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1. I don't want to agree with those Fundamentalists, but I'm beginning to realize
Mon Nov 20, 2023, 08:15 PM
Nov 2023

Last edited Mon Nov 20, 2023, 09:55 PM - Edit history (1)

that value investing is all but dead. Its last comeback iteration lasted about 9 months post pandemic. I think modern computing, real time communications, big data are too fast for anything to get severely undervalued, which was what drove value investing post 1977 to about the late 1990s. Now you just hitch to the fast growth funds and forget about it. Indexing is almost the same thing.

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