This was another day where the major stock indexes finished the trading session lower. The catalyst for the decline is obviously the failed debt ceiling resolution by the politicians in Washington. Traders and investors should remember that the problems in the European Union are still continuing, therefore, even if the U.S. government gets a debt deal done this weekend the stock markets are still not out of the woods. Stay tuned this story will be headline news all weekend…Continue
A downgrade would be the straw that broke that camel’s back.Fiscal and monetary policies in the U.S. do not support the dollar and the only reason why the dollar has rallied at all is because of its safe haven status.
“It’s essential to own it, basically the West is so deep in debt across the western world that it can’t possibly grow at more than very modest rates. Central banks, to try to stimulate growth, are printing paper money into oblivion, and we’ve simply got to hedge that risk by owning…
With the markets panicking over the possible default of the United States, stocks are scary but cheap. When the debt ceiling is raised, a big rally will take place. The key is to be in positions that will reward you with big profits. Ultimately, the debt ceiling will be increased by the time August 2nd hits. The politicians will not risk their future careers by letting it go past. This means it is currently one of the greatest short term buying opportunities in the stock market.
The government is a puppet that the markets will ultimately control. This is the truth and the markets are starting to get angry today. As the debt ceiling talks continue to drag, the markets are starting to hit back. Early in the week, no agreement was a non event as there was a full week to maneuver. The markets had two small down days, dropping half a percent on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE:SPY). Now Wednesday has arrived and there is less than a week to a possible default and downgrade of… Continue
One minute we hear that the politicians are close to a debt ceiling increase deal and then another minute we hear that they are not. The stock market only cares about certainty. This afternoon, we have seen small buy programs hit the stock market throughout the trading session only to find out it was simply a false rumor that caused the intra-day spike. This tells us that the stock market is just dying to pop higher on any debt ceiling deal announcement. Here is the problem, everyone is…Continue
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