Thursday, July 29, 2010

The End of Market Rewind - On Airs, Waters & Places

Well, it's not quite that dramatic....  However, after three years and well over a kilobyte of posts here (1,026 to be exact), it's time to raise our foundation and move the Rewind to greener pastures over at a new address:  ETF Prophet!

I remember when I started Market Rewind not long before "the big bang" -- Bill a.k.a. NoDooDahs and Traderfeed were my aspirational bloggers!  They are now both gone, and this old-school blog is starting to look quite 1.0 as well in spite of my periodic maintenance efforts.

Mostly though, financial blogging is a bit of lonely enterprise, and it takes a lot of time and effort to maintain a desired standard of excellence as a solo shop.  Therefore, I have joined forces to collaborate with seven other top-notch active traders who have my utmost respect for a combined effort. 

Several of the names you will recognize, others are new to the blog-o-sphere, but all are top-rate high performance traders:

Yes, a small play on words, but mostly a locale where we hope to raise the bar while having fun and breaking down some of the vertical barriers between disciplines and authors.

Those of you who visit this site frequently know it is a veritable treasure trove of studies and commentary (see "The Vault"), and I will thus keep it posted here for whatever that is worth.  Meanwhile, come join us, won't you!? [Bookmark This Site]
"Life is short, [the] art long, opportunity fleeting, experiment treacherous, judgment difficult."~ Hippocrates
Last but not least, thank you all for your kind support these past several years!

Cheers, Mrkt_Rwnd

5 comments:

Bill Luby said...

I now feel so old school, with my web 0.9ish blog.

I'm glad to see you are progressing, however, and have assembled a great group at the new site.

BTW, I love the pic.

Cheers and good luck with your new home,

-Bill

Daniel said...

Aw, good riddance. They never gave investment advice at this site anyway.

-Anonymous

Talc said...

Your blog will be missed, but the new site looks smashing! Congratulations and good luck on your new endeavor :). I'll be following along for sure.

Jeff Pietsch CFA said...

Ha Ha, Very Funny Daniel/Anon,

The Management
aka Never Investment Advice

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