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US Equity Update: Birinyi on the Bull Market

Posted by nexvucapital on March 6, 2013

Laszlo Birinyi is the founder and president of Birinyi Associates, Inc.  His investment career began as a trader which culminated in the development of the trading calendar and eventually one of the premier books on stock market trading, The Equity Desk.  In 1976 Mr. Birinyi joined Salomon Brothers where he focused on equity research and market analysis.  While at Salomon Brothers, he was the head of Equity Market Analysis and developed the firm’s weekly commentary, Stock Week, as well as a variety of studies on market topics including volatility, flow of funds, market structure, and perhaps his best-known tool, Money Flows, which received widespread recognition.  In addition, he was the architect of the Salomon-Russell International Index.

In 1989, Mr. Birinyi left Salomon Brothers to found Birinyi Associates.  While at Birinyi Associates, Mr. Birinyi served as Global Trading Strategist for Deutsche Bank Securities from 1998-2002.  His views and opinions are frequently featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and BusinessWeek.  He is a former Forbes columnist, a panelist for Louis Rukeyser’s Wall $treet Week, and a frequent guest on CNBC and Bloomberg TV.  In 1999 Mr. Birinyi was inducted into the Wall $treet Week Hall of Fame, and in 2004 he was named one of Smart Money’s “Power 30” market movers.  Mr. Birinyi graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received an MBA from the New York University Graduate School of Business.


Birinyi said buy US equities at the lows in 2009 and he is still riding the bull in US equities today:


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