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  • Feb 8

    The price of gold is down nearly 15% from its all-time high last December it has dipped 4% so far this year.

    Oil prices are also down nearly 10% this year.

    It seems that the price in oil and gold fall as the dollar begins to gain its strength back.

    Meanwhile some argue that the prices of gold and oil are finally settlig back down after peaking.

    Hopefully as the global economy grows the price of commodities and the strength of the dollar will be able to grow in unison.

  • Feb 3

    optioneer trading
    Optioneer Trading. What is this company all about? Optioneer markets a proprietary options trading strategy. Optioneer clients target lucrative profits by selling options on the S&P 500, Dow, Nasdaq, and other options markets. The Optioneer strategy uses a risk management methodology where traders that employ discipline in their approach to trading, can exit loosing trades and mitigate losses. Optioneer Trading is an established company with a desire to help you succeed financially.

    So what does Optioneer Trading do? According to their website, “The Optioneer course is designed to instruct investors how to sell options and collect premiums.” Optioneer customers target attractive returns while managing losses.

    Of course, like any financial venture, there is always risk. If you are considering a trading strategy like Optioneer Trading, keep in mind that the world of investing is uncertain. No program can save you from this hazard.

    With that said, Optioneer Trading can be a great way to increase your know-how of participating in the market. If you’re still itching for more information, check out the following links.

    Optioneer Webiste
    Optioneer Blog Post

    Disclaimer: “There is a risk of loss in trading futures & options”

  • Feb 1

    Wall Street has been in quite a slump for the past two months. Seeing as they have been the worst months in the past year, it was very encouraging to see the stock markets begin to rise today.

    The start of a new month coupled with strong gains, better-than-expected reports on personal income and Exxon Mobil’s profit gave the markets hope, early today.

    The Dow Jones industrial average rose 1.2% early this morning while the S&P 500 index gained 1.4%.

    Many financial specialists believe that there will be a deeper selloff as they look forward.

    The market is up more than 50% from the lows of last March so a correction of 10% to 15% was not out of the question.