Books for Investors September 2019

Books for Investors September 2019

One of my goals for 2019 is to read more long-form, timeless wisdom which will further my quest toward being a more thoughtful investor. 

It’s been two months since I last posted a book list, mainly because I did not do a lot of joy reading when my entire library was still in moving boxes!  The good news is we’ve settled in well to the Pacific Northwest and I’m happy to report that the Dave Keller Library is back open for business.

A Simple Way To Simplify

A Simple Way To Simplify

This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the TSAA annual conference in San Francisco. TSAA, for those not familiar with it, is a technical analysis organization founded around 1970. One of TSAA’s founding members, the late Hank Pruden, was a professor at Golden Gate University and a remarkable teacher of technical analysis out on the west coast. It was a unique experience to attend the conference since Hank’s passing in 2018, and see the conference is still thriving and watching Hank’s legacy live on.  

Three Lessons Learned on the Wrong Ferry

Three Lessons Learned on the Wrong Ferry

My family and I recently relocated from Cleveland to Seattle as I prepare to join up with the good people at StockCharts.com.  So far, that has meant 37 hours on I-90 West (which was a fantastic adventure for the Kellers!), unpacking a great many moving boxes, holding endless family meetings on where specific chairs will go in the new house, and many other key issues.