A mean-reverting macro currency trade explained by a meaty metaphor Extreme prices can make an active investor salivate. Contrarians and trend followers alike tend to view hamburger meat as Kobe beef if the market is climbing to an all-time high or descending profoundly lower—the more extreme the move, the better. So, let’s pursue the meat … Continued
The U.S. Dollar Will Crash
Stocks tend to rise on about 55% of days, which gives buyers a statistical edge. But poor timing and short-term volatility can spoil profits even with that broad historical statistic working in the favor of stockholders. Luckily, that’s not the highest probability strategy investors have at their disposal. Buy and hold investors who are wary … Continued
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