Ted Ohashi's Weekly Video Feature "How I See It" on InvestmentPitch.com Discusses the Rhetoric Behind the Experts Explaining Market Movements
(Thomson Reuters ONE via COMTEX) --
Vancouver, British Columbia, January 17, 2013 - A weekly feature on the Investmentpitch.com website is "How I See It" by Ted Ohashi. This week Ted discusses the rhetoric behind the so-called experts explaining why the market goes up or down. For example, there is an indicator that says if the team that wins the SuperBowl is part of the National Football League, the market will go up. Even though this has tended to happen, no one will argue that winning the SuperBowl has any causal relationship to the stock market.
The latest segment of "How I See It" is now available for viewing. If this link is not enabled, please visit www.investmentpitch.com and enter "How I See It" in the search box. While on the site please view Ted's previous segments along with one of the largest selection of investment videos available.
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