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Raw Ingredients for Wealth

People often ask why I focus a lot on commodities (like oil, gold, wheat, gas, etc.). But the thing is, I don’t have a certain bias towards commodities, I have a bias for maximizing upside while minimizing downside. Let me explain… As you well know, a stock can go to zero. Sure, there are many […]

The “Less Bad” Recovery

Imagine driving around a treacherous road along a mountain ledge and a truck comes around the corner on the wrong side of the road. You swerve one way and you’ll go over the cliff, and swerve the other and you’ll end up crashed against a rocky embankment. Last October, the world faced this scenario and […]

False Premise

“Find the premise which is false and bet against it.” – George Soros. I often remind myself of that above quote from arguably one of the greatest hedge fund managers of all time. As regular readers will perhaps realize, a lot of the trades I like are based on it. In economics school, professors teach […]

Mischief of the Big Banks

Welcome back! Things are getting interesting out there and profit opportunities are making themselves clearer… Take a read of previous newsletters the last few weeks here. I’ve been explaining how the market itself is telling us what is going on by means of technical analysis. The key lies now in whether the Dow TRANSPORTS index […]

Surrounded and Out of Bullets

So, did you buy natural gas when I mentioned it a couple of issues back? That’s a tidy profit already, with more to come. Same for the dollar. Last week I told you the US dollar would plunge and there it was. Likewise with TBT, oil and, well, pretty much everything I’ve said here. Don’t […]

 
 
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