Apr

13

 I believe in trends. They seem ubiquitous; how can they be ignored as if nonexistent?

There are trends in skirt length for women of fashion. The shortest lengths are the hottest trends. The longer lengths with slow curves attract different investors, long-term thinkers, which many women prefer, and trendy lookers too.

There are trading trends, for technicals for instance. At times John Bollinger's Bands are the trend, then Larry Williams's %R gets trendy, then point and figure become the rage.

News becomes the trend. Everyone gets on the news bandwagon, then news fades away to be replaced by math wizards, computer wizards, and fortune tellers who look into the guts of technology for signs of trends.

There's always a trend. Trends never go away, they just fade away, dematerialize, then surface in different forms. One can always find a trend.


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