Stocks Getting CREAMED: It’s Gold’s TURN!
We’d have to go back to 1999-2000 to feel the same type of nausea that the next 11 months have in store for us.
Forget the calm – 2017 is done. All financial indicators are pointing towards the clash between the Federal Reserve’s ability to manage interest rates in the right way, in order to ensure that the economy doesn’t become overheated on the one hand, and that they don’t bust the bubble too sharply on the other hand.
Courtesy: U.S. Global Investors
As far as trading goes, the Blow-Off Top phase, which we’re currently in and will last until the cyclical peak is finally reached, is characterized by the fact that only a number of companies will surge beyond belief, carrying the entire index with them.
In other words, if you intend to trade the volatility by going LONG, buying the NASDAQ or the S&P 500 is much safer than betting on any of its component stocks on their own – most of them will lag, while a select few explode – it’s the nature of this part of the cycle.
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Gold Update: The Stage is Set
Last month, America’s service industries, which make up close to 90% of the economy, grew at the fastest pace since 2008.
Couple this with the fact that the inner states, Texas, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Colorado, are booming, compared with the outer ring, NY, CA, and FL, for the 1st time since ’08, and you know exactly why the market sold-off hard last week – inflation fears are real.
When it comes to the mining shares, the more volatile the market gets, the more attention they’ll receive, but Wealth Research Group doesn’t expect a bull market for them just yet.
What we do see hitting up and reaching a boiling point is the blockchain sector.
The overblown fears of regulations disgust me. The fact is that decentralization means that governments are being futile when attempting to put a lid on this. All it does is prove how futuristic and advanced this technology is.
That’s precisely why the U.S. and other governments are now making it a priority to work with the trend, not against it.
It’s all about finding ways to turn technology into businesses. Every day, online, for example, the internet processes trillions of dollars in transactions, yet no company or body cuts a coupon of that colossal fortune.
That’s the biggest loophole in finance, and with blockchain tech it’s not going to repeat itself. In fact, I’ve spent the past week learning about ultra-profitable ways to generate not only gains, but also steady cash flow from the blockchain, and I can tell you that we haven’t even scratched the surface.
This Tuesday, I’ll share with you how we’ll see a measurable and noticeable improvement to many of the most basic aspects of our lives, thanks to blockchain.
What’s becoming certain is that due to blockchain-based gold accountability, the major banks will be booted out of the precious metals manipulation scene, and that means only one thing – a return to a much more streamlined correlation between gold and the real economy.