September 1, 2014 issue of the TREND letter - Live



The video & pdf versions of the September 1, 2014 issue of the TREND letter - Live have been sent to subscribers. 

Next issue of the TREND letter will be Monday evening



The next issue of the TREND letter will be out Monday evening, September 1st.

Market Musings



Below is the  latest issue of Market Musings. This is a video version, but for those who would like a hard copy, there is a link below to access the pdf version of the presentation.

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August 24, 2014 issue of the TREND letter



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Video Tutorial: "Maximize Your Gains and Minimize Your Losses"



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Update on Gold



The next generation of derivatives



We read with horror that Goldman and JP Morgan are creating the next generation of derivatives. This is the very thing that helped push the Financial problem in 2007, to a full blown Financial crisis.

The Euro banking crisis is not over.



For those who believe the politicians and the mainstream media suggestions that the banking crisis in Europe has been over exaggerated, or even that it is resolved, need to give their head a shake.

US dollar remains the strongest currency globally



Based on our model's forecasts, we have been bullish on the US dollar, and short the Euro.  The US dollar has been rising against almost every other currency in the world. The following chart shows the performance of the US dollar versus the British Pound, the Japanese Yen, and the Euro. Only the dollar is in an uptrend. 


Euro bonds under attack?



We have to wonder how loud Putin laughs when he hears all the talk about sanctions against Russia. The absolute last thing these Euro countries need is to get into an economic war with Russia.