October 2022

Frank Boland
October 13, 2022

Price distortion in the stock market started in 2005 with the impact of high-frequency-trading. Three years later the Fed responded to the debt crisis with 0% interest rates. Both events would lay the groundwork for price distortion. Zero percent would obliterate active stock managers and give rise to trillions in index funds. The zero-interest...


It isn’t as important to buy as cheap as possible as it is to buy at the right time.

– Jesse Livermore