September 8, 2011
Yes, going at shorting Silver (SLV) again. We have stayed away as there has been an erratic behavior over the last month or so. But, this metal has been quite interesting as there have been several times that seemingly out of nowhere it drops and then recovers quickly. This commodity is susceptible to regulatory changes and until Read more
October 26, 2009
Here are a few indicators we are watching. A few are showing some signs that the rally is getting strained. Last week we saw some very good news on the earnings front with a few decent economic reports. Even so, markets fell on increased volume. Not a good sign.
Sentiment seems to have Read more
October 4, 2009
Guest: Satyajit Das discusses the ins and outs of banking finance. How long can they continue to live off of government subsidies? What are the real inner workings and can we trust investing in them. We also touch on world finance as well as backdoor financing of the FDIC’s $50 billion shortfall.
September 13, 2009
Guests: Jon Markman, MSN Money and Vitaliy Katsenelson, Investment Management Associates. We discuss the value of Gold…or said better we ask the question of how to value gold. Is China telling us the whole story? Markman explaines the bullish signals he sees for the markets as well as why there can be more room Read more
July 2, 2009
There have been several articles written of late that explore the highly correlated markets around the world. If you have not noticed, more often than not, when the U.S. market moves lower for the day, major European markets follow along.
Then, in the evening, Asia moves higher/lower and we see pre-market futures move higher/lower and Europe moves forward/back until there is news to alter the course then most equity markets follow.
This is massive HERD mentality and can be both beneficial and problematic to both traders and investors.