Case Against Dollar Bears

The Case Against Dollar Bears

It’s easy to be a dollar bear… the buying power of the dollar seems to fall every year. The government runs a continuous and growing deficit every year regardless of who’s in control, and the Fed facilitates the largess with zero interest rates and monetization of the debt.

Reflections on my 5 Million Week

Reflections on my $5 Million Week

It’s Saturday, August 22, 2020. I packed up my family on Friday and we headed to South Padre Island, a 5 ½ hour drive from Wimberley. Never mind there are twin hurricanes forming off the coast and are scheduled to hit in a few days. I needed to get away and process the past trading week.

Equipment Failure

Equipment Failure

Having my blog this week was very timely with ThinkorSwim breaking for not just Monday, but now Tuesday as well. Fingers crossed this doesn’t go for a third or more day. I am thankful that I was in cash for this and the Markets are basically not doing anything (except for TSLA). This made me think about our reliance on technology, and in this case, a single point of failure.

Under the Sea

Under the Sea

When one ventures down to the ocean floor, what does one see? Maybe an octopus, some really rad neon fish, the occasional shark, definitely a coral reef or two. Maybe a mermaid if you’ve been drinking the sea water. Mainly the idea is that everything is pretty much living in synchronicity, a certain harmony if you will.

Trading-Education

Are you Ready for Trading Education?

How do you know when you’re ready to receive a trading education or work with a trading coach or mentor? There’s no one right answer, but take a look at these questions and ask yourself how you rate in these areas Have you achieved consistency yet? Do you have a trading plan? Do you actually … Read more

Rubicon Crossed

Rubicon Crossed

The real cause of the market volatility is the firing of the bond market signal we noticed in October.

We are now on the other side of the signal – the Rubicon has been crossed.