Phil Anderson Archives

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2014
  • What the end of the world looks like
    Here is an example of what you were told to do after the last ‘crash’ and economic slowdown. Fear sells. And how wrong it was. You can find out more above.
    We are all still here and the best economics to know remains what your writers at PSE always instruct: study the land market.
2010
  • How the Technical Analyst can profit by understanding Real Estate.
    A study of US history reveals a very clear (average) eighteen-year cycle in US real estate prices, measured from trough to trough or peak to peak. Stock market investors and traders should be aware of this because towards the end of every real estate cycle, the US stock market has broken into all time new highs and formed a major top, then, shortly thereafter, has collapsed.
    And into every real estate cycle trough lost a minimum 50% of its value, but usually more.
    This seems to catch everybody by surprise, despite the fact that the event is as regular as clockwork. The stock market recovery from the eventual bottom is always slow and drawn out. Every eighteen years, since 1800.
    Read up on Phil’s contribution (refer page 22) to the 2010 IFTA (International Federation of the Technical Analysts) journal here. Highly prescient in light of what’s happened since.
2009
  • Economist calls bottom in 2010
    See Phil’s call to The Business Times, Singapore, 9 February, 2009, Top Stories, page 4. This called the property low in Singapore before it happened. A bold call at the time: the world was panicking at the lows.
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I have learned a lot from Phil’s presentations, emails and the website. He has always been very generous in sharing the knowledge and insights acquired from his research, explaining the many influences on market movements and the fact that these movements can sometimes be forecast well in advance. Best of all he is very approachable and easy to understand. Keep up the good work Phil!
Connie, Melbourne, December 2011.

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I have learned a lot from Phil’s presentations, emails and the website. He has always been very generous in sharing the knowledge and insights acquired from his research, explaining the many influences on market movements and the fact that these movements can sometimes be forecast well in advance. Best of all he is very approachable and easy to understand. Keep up the good work Phil!
Connie, Melbourne, December 2011.

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