Ted Ohashi's Weekly Video Feature "How I See It" on Discusses the The Art of Contrary Thinking as Emphasized in the Famous Book by Humphrey B. Neill

2013-01-24 19:09:53 -

Vancouver, British Columbia, January 24, 2013 - A weekly feature on the website is "How I See It" by Ted Ohashi. This week Ted
discusses The Art of Contrary Thinking, as emphasized in the famous book by
Humphrey B. Neill. He postulates that there are enough signs around to conclude
that the TSX Venture Exchange is low and will reward contrarian investors over
the medium to long term.
The latest segment of "How I See It" is now available for viewing. If this link
is not enabled, please visit and enter "How I See It" in
the search box. While on the site please view Ted's previous segments along with
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