Decoding retirement finance: the interplay of sequence of returns, drawdowns, emotional trading, and your personality
(Kitco commentary) - The golden years of retirement are eagerly anticipated by many as a well-deserved reprieve after decades of hard work.
The real estate bubble: a technical analysis
(Kitco commentary) - My focus usually lies with stock indexes, sectors, and commodities, but today, we venture into the real estate market.
Double sell on the Nasdaq
(Kitco commentary) - In the dynamic world of trading and investing, the Covid-19 pandemic has served as a transformative catalyst. Market behaviors, trader attitudes, and even commonly used indicators underwent seismic shifts during this period.
Only active traders suffer from this horrible pain & costly mistake
(Kitco commentary) - Last week was wild for stocks and commodities after the Silicon Valley Bank defaulted and the government bailed out SVBs clients.
Is the stock market starting a new bull market rally?
(Kitco commentary) - It has been a while since I have written a simple technical analysis article. My focus has been on helping teach others how the markets move and to trade and invest differently, so I apologize for the lack of chart analysis over the past several months.
The perfect storm for investors to lose big in 2023 is upon us, unless...
(Kitco commentary) - Last week I rang the bell telling investors and traders to wake up and smell the hot coffee because 2023 is going to be a life-changing year, and likely, not for the better.
Investors/traders: wake up and smell the hot coffee
(Kitco commentary) - Another year has gone by, and you are either richer or poorer, happier or sad, living life or worried about your future.
Investing differently for an uncompromised financial future (part 2)
(Kitco commentary) - In this article I will continue to explain what INNER-Market Analysis is and how you can benefit from it. If you have not yet read the first part of this you can read it HERE.
Is the stock market bullish or bearish?
(Kitco commentary) - Astute market observers understand that the economic and stock market cycles are related but not the same. The stock market has a cycle that tends to lead or lag the economic cycle.
The losses you are experiencing from your investments in layman's terms
(Kitco commentary) - The past two years have been nothing short of extreme in terms of price swings for all types of investments and our resulting emotions. Traders and investors have been tangled up in the perfect storm to lose a record amount of money in 2023.
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