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CORRECTIONS: See the last section of this page for corrections to the book.
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Over time Van has evolved his market update with a market classification system that replaced the 1-2-3 model.
You can read more about the evolution process and his new model definition here: https://www.vantharp.com/Weekly_update/Weekly_370_Apr_30_2008.htm
This is the first Market Update which uses the new system: https://www.vantharp.com/Weekly_update/Weekly_371_May_07_2008.htm
Links within VanTharp.com:
Tharp's Thought's Weekly Email Newsletter, Free. (Pgs. 141,165, 173, 259, 261) At the beginning of each month Dr. Tharp writes an assessment of the prior month.
Van Tharp Institute (IITM) Courses/Workshops, Products
Corrections to the book, Safe Strategies for Financial Freedom:
Page 66 and page 70 of the book:
The three most important questions to answer about the stock market:
1- Is the Market too expensive?
2- Are the Feds in the way?
3- Is the Market going badly (not up)?
Page 43 "Did You Know About Virtual Banks?" Section
The correct symbol for the Mortgage company is ANH, (not ANS)
Page 323, Incorrect 800 phone number
To reach us via phone, call 919-466-0043 or 800-385-4486
Page 202 in Chapter 13, some of the numbers have “%” signs when they should not:
Chapter 8 - Buy Undervalued Stocks: We recommend that you not invest more than 2% your portfolio in a
stock at 0.6 (not 0.6 % as is incorrectly printed in the book) of Graham’s number and do so only when the stock is rising; you may add another 2% if the stock reaches 0.5 (not 0.5 %) of Graham’s number and is rising; and another 2% if the stock reaches 0.4 (not 0.4 %) of Graham’s number and starts rising. However, if the stock goes to 0.3 (not 0.3 %) of Graham’s number then something is seriously wrong. Sell your position. You will have lost 2.4% of your portfolio should this worst-case scenario happen.