Take Cash Off the Table in Euro

The time has come to take some cash off the table in Euro. The common currency fallen below our first short-term downside target of $1.3250 and appears to be holding support. If you own more… Read More

Bearish Opportunities in T-Bonds & Notes

The rally in T-notes and T-bonds has been one of the biggest surprises of the summer. Prices have risen (and yields fallen) despite an American economy that has been gathering momentum. The US economy may… Read More

Corn & Gold “ Big Move” Trade Updates

Perfect growing weather and expectations of a North American bumper crop have caused the price of corn to collapse. This is bad news for farmers. While they will certainly have more to sell, growers are… Read More

VIX, Euro & Yen “Big Move” Updates

So much for a slow summer. The release of Federal Reserve’s meeting notes last week revealed a lot more optimism than Wall Street expected. This “good news” spelled bad news for the stock market as… Read More

Investing in the New Gold: Protein

The need for food is unrelenting and universal. It has been the force behind mass migrations and wars. English cleric and scholar Thomas Malthus (1766-1834) was fascinated by the relationship between population and food. He… Read More

Corn Crash Is Long-Term Buying Opportunity

Grains have taken it on the chin lately. Corn, wheat and soybeans have gotten crushed as nearly perfect weather conditions and the expectation of bumper crops in the US weigh on prices. This may be… Read More

Hedging Stock Exposure Using VIX

When do you hold and when do you fold? Nobody can answer this correctly – at least not consistently. The public stayed on the sidelines for most of the 185% rise in the stock market… Read More

Good as Gold Long Term

Will the fourth time be the charm? Gold’s mid-June spike over its 200-day moving average was the fourth in a series of attempts to breech resistance and give hope to long-suffering bulls. Unlike other attempts,… Read More