Crosscurrents Publications, LLC
- Founder and Editor of Crosscurrents
- New York Resident and Native
- Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University
Alan M. Newman, founder and editor of Crosscurrents Publications, was born on June 24, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York. He has been married for 50 years to Dr. Alina Newman, who holds a Doctoral degree in Literacy. Their two adult sons are Eagle Scouts, and one holds a Juris Doctor degree and was admitted to the NY Bar. Mr. Newman has formerly enjoyed careers in acting, computer programming, game design, and real estate, and currently resides in Boynton Beach, FL.
This is as pivotal a moment as I've seen in my 52 years of stock market observation, cautions Alan Newman, market timing specialist and editor of CrossCurrents.
Margin debt is one of the principal ways in which the mania has been funded; from the lows of the March 2020 crash, margin almost doubled from $479 billion to $936 billion, explains Alan Newman, market timing strategist and editor of CrossCurrents.
For many years, we have focused on the seasonal aspect of stocks. Traditionally, stocks perform well from November to April and not so well from May to October, observes Alan Newman, market timing strategist and editor of CrossCurrents.
While we have always seen a bias in advisory sentiment towards the bullish side, it has almost never been so one sided for an entire year, cautions Alan Newman, long-term market timing specialist and editor of CrossCurrents.