Fed induced market bubbles abundant. Buyer Beware. A financial crisis of biblical proportions is coming. Avoid the "easy money" investments that seemingly "always go up".
The masses will be left for dead. Volatility continues to surge.
Looking rather Poor as large Put Buyers have enetered the Homies Turf.
This group of traders is ahead, they will close quickly once their Pirce Objective is met.
It would "appear" there is a large Institutional Group whois in Liquiadation Mode.
Sectors that have out-performed are being SOLD.
FInancials, Health Care, REITs and Utilities... Sellers present.
S&P500 ($SPY) has continued to print new all-time highs throughout this year, albeit lately on continually narrowing breadth. Potentially lost in the fray is the fact that real estate has actually been outperforming SPY throughout 2021 (as have commodities). This graph shows the relative strength of $IYR, an ETF representing the Real Estate sector via RE...
REIT etf year in review:
C <=> $84
Do your own due diligence, your risk is 100% your responsibility. You win some or you learn some. Consider being charitable with some of your profit to help humankind. Small incremental steps work : If you double a penny a day for a month it = $5,368,709. Good luck and happy trading friends...
It has been a long time since our last ETFs discussion. Today I have something to share. IYR (US Real Estate) is getting ready for a new decline. COVID is a real disaster for an offline business. Thousands of restaurants and other retail businesses have already closed and this number will be increasing. It is a dangerous sign. With that in mind, we can experience...
I'm not really seeing anything at the moment that meets my criteria for good liquidity, high rank/high implied to play this coming week for earnings-related volatility contraction plays.
While ORCL (53/44/9.8%) announces Tuesday after the market close, 30-day's only at 44 with the July at-the-money short straddle paying 9.8% of the stock price, which...
I had originally created this video to answer a number of questions regarding real estate over at MERC but I think it can clear up my views on what my thoughts are on Real Estate over the coming years/decades.