TAM founder and professional Equity-Market Technician, Kevin A. Tuttle, was the first to develop TAM’s 100-Year Market Theory in conjunction with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) 100-year chart. This industry-recognized model quickly became an essential tool for first-class money management firms and has gained exposure on CNBC, the Wall Street Journal and a host of educational publications including TAM’s featured book, “Master Traders: Strategies for Superior Returns from Today’s Top Traders.”
TAM CEO, Kevin A. Tuttle, explains how the events of 2010 could have implications for the upcoming year:
“Stimulus (nearly $2T globally) has pushed, debatable if improperly, to bounce equities back to the upper side of the latest Secular Channel. This, as seen throughout history, is typical after such a devastating 54.4% sell off – worst since the Great Depression. Here is where the rubber meets the road. If my theory is correct, which it’s been for the last 10-years, equities are just now entering the third trimester of it elongated gestation.”
First published in 2002, Mr. Tuttle founded TAM’s 100-Year Market Theory on the premise:
"Excess market valuations, due to extreme price movement upward over extended periods, may take years to work off as earnings catch up with prices."
An integral component of TAM’s investment philosophy, Mr. Tuttle provides a technical outlook of the last century by utilizing the past to help understand the present. The theory is also the foundation TAM’s Long Only Growth Portfolio (LOGP), a privately managed account for individual investors.
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