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In my June 22nd article for Traderplanet, I mention a top was pending and that hasn’t changed. Greece has been the primary reason for these wild market moves over the last few weeks and so far, if you took what you thought was going to happen and traded the exact opposite,...
Gold prices initially rallied after the highly anticipated Greek vote surprised market investors, with an emphatic NO vote on the referendum question to yielding to further austerity.  The rally was short-lived as a strong U.S. dollar persuaded market investors away from...
On Sunday Greeks voted on an economic program that no longer exists, in a referendum which is of questionable legality, using ballots which are not in existence and for which no funding is available. Grexit seems to be a fait accompli.   In the meantime, regardless of the...
It is not easy to win over investor sentiment.  Anyone who lost money during the financial crisis can tell you how difficult it was to suddenly trust markets again, and there was the 'flash crash' afterwards that suddenly jolted any built up confidence.  For its part, the Fed...
I get a chuckle out of this picture because it clearly depicts one of the more slippery psychological factors that affect our bottom line results as traders: our inability to see ourselves as we really are.   I have a Peanuts cartoon framed on the wall behind my trading desk...
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I get a chuckle out of this picture because it clearly depicts one of the more slippery psychological factors that affect our bottom line results as traders: our inability to see ourselves as we really are.   I have a Peanuts cartoon framed on the wall behind my trading...
The early indications are that the people of Greece have rejected a proposal from the country’s creditors on a new bailout package. They voted No by a large margin in a referendum Sunday, and the result is now massive confusion about what happens next. More talks with...
One of the much talked about but yet to materialize issues regarding the last 6-7 years of economics has been, “At what point will precious metals receive a boost due to inflation?” In spite of Milton Friedman’s inflation being, “always and...
On Sunday Greeks voted on an economic program that no longer exists, in a referendum which is of questionable legality, using ballots which are not in existence and for which no funding is available. Grexit seems to be a fait accompli.   In the meantime, regardless of...
It is not easy to win over investor sentiment.  Anyone who lost money during the financial crisis can tell you how difficult it was to suddenly trust markets again, and there was the 'flash crash' afterwards that suddenly jolted any built up confidence.  For its...
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