ETFs to Profit From a Possible Debt Solution

Today's Guest Post comes from the ETF Corner at InvestorAlley.com (click here to visit original post). In this post, their "Guest Insights" contributor, John Nyaradi of Wall Street Sector Selector gives a fresh perspective on how select financial vehicles could benefit from the August 3rd debt solution deadline. Learn more about InvestorAlley and access a complimentary report, "Do Not Buy These 6 Stocks."
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Investors, pundits and journalists alike have spent hours of research, television time and column inches speculating about the ramifications of a U.S. default or contagion from Greece spreading throughout the European Union.

Last week the EU was apparently successful in again kicking the can a bit farther down the road while the debate between Congress and the White House over deficit reduction goes way past the 11th hour for meeting the August 2nd deadline.

Everyone expects and assumes that the European Union will be able to save Greece and that our politicians will not take the United States and the world over the financial cliff of destruction. However, that still could very well happen which is why in previous columns we have discussed ETFs and strategies for that possibility. Continue reading "ETFs to Profit From a Possible Debt Solution"

How To Find Winning Trades

Hello traders everywhere!  Adam Hewison here, co-founder of MarketClub.

Today I'm going to show you the fastest, easiest way to find winning trades using MarketClub's Trade Triangle technology.

In this short video, you will find out how easy it is to use the power of our Trade Triangles in your own trading.  You will learn how to find certain stocks that are ready to explode and others that are ready to collapse.  It can be just as easy to make money on the short side of the market as it is on the long side!

So let's get started.  After you watch this short video, you'll be way ahead of most investors and market gurus.  And, if you'd like more help just e-mail us at support@INO.com.

I am confident that you will learn how to find winning trades from this video!

 

Every success,
Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
Co-founder of MarketClub.com

It Just Gets More Bizarre!

Hello traders everywhere!  Adam Hewison here, co-founder of MarketClub with your 1 p.m. market update for Tuesday, the 26th of July.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any more bizarre... The markets are now totally perplexed at the direction Washington has taken and the lack of any decisive action.

I'm not sure if you watched the presidential address and the Republican rebuttal last night, but what an example of two houses divided!  It was painfully evident that each man was just playing to their political bases.  Pure Kabuki theater.

I always enjoy a good comedy, but this D.C. comedy has gone beyond a joke and is no laughing matter.  It's turning into a tragedy not just for the American economy, but also for America's mystique overseas.  How these two parties can honestly look themselves in the mirror and say they're doing the right thing for the country is beyond anyone's belief.

One of my technology heroes is Steve Jobs, the leader of Apple.  Steve coined the phrase "reality distortion field" (RDF).  It was Steve's ability to convince himself and others to believe almost anything with a mix of superficial charm, charisma, bravado, hyperbole, marketing, appeasement, and persistence.  Unfortunately, neither the President nor the speaker of the house, John Boehner could pull off a reality distortion field last night.  Too bad for both of them, and too bad for the country.

So without further ado let's get off this rant and go right to the markets!

Continue reading "It Just Gets More Bizarre!"

No End In Sight

Hello traders everywhere!  Adam Hewison here, co-founder of MarketClub with your 1 p.m. market update for Monday, the 25th of July.

Well, here we are again with no end in the debt ceiling problem.  I think the markets are just waiting to get this thing resolved one way or another.

When this problem was not resolved over the weekend, the Gold market acted in dramatic fashion and jumped to $1,624 in the Asia.  Not exactly a resounding vote of confidence for the US markets or the government.

This is a "flip a coin" type market where whatever comes out of Washington will have an effect on markets.  However having said that, we may be coming to an area in the S&P where we are going to have natural technical problems.  The S&P 500, in my humble opinion, needs to move over the highs around the 1370 level to really get going on the upside.  I am not so sure that's going to happen.  Let's see how the market performs today and how Gold and Silver close.

Now, let's go to the markets and see how we can protect and grow your money in 2011.

Continue reading "No End In Sight"

Kabuki theater and the raising the debt ceiling ...Weekend Video Wrap

Hello fellow traders everywhere. Adam Hewison here co-founder of MarketClub with your weekend trading update for the week ending on 7/22/11.

Out of the six markets we track every trading day, five markets were in positive territory for the week. The only market that did not end up in the plus column was the dollar index which fell 1.19%.

The percentage winner for the week was crude oil which moved up 2.32% and is on the verge of breaking out on the upside. The markets continue to wait and wonder as to what is going to happen with the debt ceiling talks.

It would seem like neither the democrats or the republicans give a hoot about the country, all they seem to be interested in is political gamesmanship and preserving their own power. We are as of today's taping no closer to getting a debt ceiling deal in place than we were a week ago. UGH!!!

Europe is still in a quandary even though the politicians are trying to save face and save the no win situation in Greece. Imagine the first bailout to Greece didn't work, so now we are going to loan Greece even more money to pay back. Does that make any sense to anyone?

Continue reading "Kabuki theater and the raising the debt ceiling ...Weekend Video Wrap"