Money Trends



Covid-19 Removes Fed Pretense of Raising Interest Rates, Could Spark Market Volatility

After the Great Recession, central bankers periodically made noise about raising interest rates, but interest rates stayed overall low. Now, with Covid-19, any pretense of the Fed raising interest rates for many years is gone. We’re going to see a lot of volatility over the coming years… especially in one market. And that could create some fantastic trading opportunities....


Move in Gold and Silver Points to Revaluing of Fiat Currencies

If the U.S. economy can’t post strong economic growth for many years, the only way out of this debt trap is to print more money. In 1920s Germany (a period marked by hyperinflation), many placed their faith in tangible assets rather than on the fiat currency. This same logic has driven the recent gold and silver surges.

Patience, Risk Management Are Crucial for Trading Success

When I’m in sync with the markets, nearly all my trading decisions are insightful, my timing is excellent, and the profits flow effortlessly. Somehow, I manage to execute the right trade at just the right moment. Then, without warning, I can shift into a cycle during which practically every decision I take is a loser. Here’s what I’ve learned...