As you saw yesterday, Fed Chair Janet Yellen helped drive the markets down by announcing that there’s no fixed timetable for raising interest rates.
But with rates under 1% since since 2008, and with three FOMC voting members opposing the decision to hold rates steady for now, I see the next Fed rate hike happening by December 31st.
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So let’s get started. Continue reading…
Amidst all the Fed commotion, you may have missed something pretty major that happened to a pretty major sector…
Prior to the FOMC meeting, gold had hit a two-week trading slump. But shortly after the announcement, it broke through several “resistance” levels, including the so-called “38.2” line, and posted the largest gains in the past two weeks.
Now we’ve talked about resistance lines before. But what you may not know is that everything you trade – gold, oil, stocks, bonds, even currencies – follows the same “rule” involving that line.
This rule can tell you when a pullback is forming in the markets.
It can tell you the percentage amount the markets will move.
It can even tell you how long that pullback will last.
And I’m going to show you exactly how to use it right now… Continue reading…