"To each their own" is a saying I've come to embrace in life, and especially in the markets. Differences among individuals should be cherished, as everyone has some unique perspective to offer based on his or her own life experiences and learning. I think this applies perfectly to market analysis as well. In the subjective game of forecasting the movement and direction of various financial markets, no two people will ever completely agree. And this is a wonderful thing. After all, as Ben Carson put it, "When two people agree on everything, one of them is irrelevant."
I realize that some subscribers are less than enthusiastic about the variety of views being presented by Dow Theory Letters, but I would encourage you to embrace it. Reading the perspectives of others you don't agree with can be enlightening if we allow it to be. We are all, in a sense, "works in progress;" that ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.