1. How Saudi Arabia's selfish actions are effecting the globe
    06 Jan, 2016
    How Saudi Arabia's selfish actions are effecting the globe
    Saudi Arabia is right at the top of the list for oil producing nations. Last November they were accountable for pumping up 10.13 million barrels a day! With oil prices recently hitting 11-year lows, there is obviously a problem with oversupply. Saudi Arabia's ignorance to this issue is a result of trying to drive out competitors like Iran, U.S., and Russia that are thought to need higher oil prices. These actions are having serious affects on the global economy. With no word or sign of Saudi
  2. Best investments for a Volatile 2016
    06 Jan, 2016
    Best investments for a Volatile 2016
    At the end of 2014, we predicted volatility would build throughout the year and then govern the markets altogether in the last half of 2015. This deceptively simple prediction was quickly proved right, starting last January when the Swiss de-coupled the franc from the euro and sent their currency soaring – and global markets and forex positions tumbling. So it was we were ready, with cash in hand and ready to buy, when the markets tanked on Aug. 24, 2015, sending the VIX to a six-and-a-half-year
  3. How are conflicts in the middle east between  the Saudi-Iranian affecting oil?
    05 Jan, 2016
    How are conflicts in the middle east between the Saudi-Iranian affecting oil?
    Investors are eyeing oil amid Middle Eastern tension with fears that the conflict could boil over into the oil market. After a brief Brent rally of more than 4 percent, the commodity closed down on Monday. Unless geopolitical events affect the direct supply of oil, such as by impeding a major pipeline, port or waterway, oil prices shouldn't be affected, said Brenda Shaffer, senior global fellow at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Center. "Iran has all the interest in the world right now to
  4. How to trade Amazon (AMZN) and make profit
    05 Jan, 2016
    How to trade Amazon (AMZN) and make profit
    We have discussed that selling premium can sometimes be problematic for the retail trader.  The margin rules for naked shorts are just too high.  We have showed how an iron condor can be used as a way to sell premium (collect a credit) while limiting our risk.  We have also showed how onecan use an asymmetrical iron condor can add a directional component to this strategy.  Today we go one further.  We will make the iron condor asymmetrical in two ways.  One, we will have our credit put spread be
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