Over the past few months, the focus in the FX space alternated between a likely Fed rate hike to a possible Grexit to the woes in China. Justifiably, all of those matters will undoubtedly shape the dynamics and future trends of FX. But while the FX market has been busy focusing on the major currencies, opportunities might be passing by.
It may be that FX investors are missing some long-term value trends that could be rewarding if one exercises patience. One of those trends is the Indian Rupee. The Rupee's been hidden from center stage but is gradually being positioned into a long-term bullish trend. Now while that does pose some risk, it could become worthwhile for those willing to engage. So why now is the Indian Rupee on the verge of becoming interesting? Continue reading "Indian Rupee: In It For The Long Haul?"→
One great thing about my position here as Director of Marketing is my extensive contact list. I say that because I have access to thousands of excellent traders, investors, and economists at my finger tips! So when things around the world catch my attention, I can quickly find someone who can give me the skinny on what's really going down. One of my contacts is Nicholas Vardy, Editor, The Global Guru, and he's got a MUCH better pulse on the world aboard then I do. That's why I asked him to give us his reasons why the markets outside the US are doing so well and WHY!
He told me he'd love to get feedback from the Trader's Blog readers, so let's not let him down! You can also visit The Global Guru to get his new report on his favorite global picks.
The inevitable decline of the United States is now firmly part of conventional wisdom. The profligate-spending Obama Administration -- consider that the $1.42 trillion U.S. budget deficit in 2009 is bigger than the entire economy of India -- and its efforts to transform the United States into a European-style socialist democracy marks the death knell of what was once a great country. The future belongs to China and the rest of Asia. "Old Europe" is a living museum that barely merits mention. Continue reading "The Rise of the Rest"→