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Putting the Pieces Together
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Tom Drake took a doctorate in medicine in the 1960's. Tom credits gurus Alexander Langmuir, then of CDC/Atlanta, and D. A. Henderson, now at the University of Pittsburgh, with inspiring a continued fascination for analysing real macro situations using a combination of mathematics, demography, and psychology. As these techniques are also ideally applicable to markets, Tom began investing in the late 1960's.

The intersection of historic economic cycles, investor sentiment, and market geometry form the basis of Tom's analysis.

Tom manages personal and family private taxable and retirement accounts. He also trades commodity and index futures. He is married to his childhood sweetheart. She is a writer. They have travelled and lived around the globe. They now live in Arizona USA.
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