Here are the Five Links Jim found interesting and is recommending you read this week. Inside these articles, you’ll learn why the Fed’s digital dollar is almost here… how China is killing its own economy… and more!
This week’s recap of everything sent to you across Jim’s publications…
Although we did not see a crash last week after the Fed’s rate hike, there are many more perils facing this market. And investor behavior is still complacent. Watch what people are doing with portfolios, rather than what they are telling pollsters. We recommend ignoring “market sentiment” polls which often send misleading signals in bear markets. There is much more downside in today’s market as the Fed is not ready to relent on its tightening policy as they head into their July FOMC meeting. Senior Investment Analyst Dan Amoss provides an update.
With gold stocks beaten down on the rising strength of the dollar, the most promising gold development project in Canada has been oversold. Using the MIDAS system, Jim and Dan recommend buying back into a gold explorer we’ve owned before that has huge upside potential as an attractive acquisition target for a major or mid-tier mining company.
A global industrial and manufacturing slowdown not only hurts vulnerable companies, but also healthy companies whose customers are suffering from high energy prices as well as supply chain disruptions. Jim and Dan recommend put options on one of the world’s leading industrial gas companies as a difficult sales environment along with a weak euro will put pressure on its stock price.
On this quarterly Financial Threat Assessment briefing, Jim discusses the impact of the Fed's June rate hike on specific corners of the market. He details select sectors that could experience a major downturn as well as analysis on the odds of recession in the coming months. Jim also gives his analysis on market reaction to a July rate hike and discusses topics from gas prices to the future of digital currencies in this briefing exclusively for lifetime-only members.
Here are the Five Links Jim found interesting and is recommending you read this week. Inside these articles, you’ll learn what virus control has to do with bank runs… why what happens in crypto-land doesn’t stay in crypto-land… and more!
We use different types of analytic methods to evaluate how currencies will move against one another in complex foreign exchange markets. While most readers are acquainted with fundamental and technical analysis, there’s a third type of analysis that is just as important, but less well understood. In a world of volatility and turmoil, geopolitical factors can carry more weight than fundamental and technical factors when it comes to cross-rates and market valuations. Jim discusses in his latest briefing.
In recent months, we’ve provided crisis survival information on transportation, electricity, food, and heat. Those are all critical matters, but what is the first thing you must have to obtain these survival basics? In this month’s issue, Jim briefs you on the critical item you must start with to survive any crisis situation.
Although a country may have some of the greatest people and resources on the planet, one should never underestimate the ability of politicians to ruin a good thing. That’s exactly what’s happening in Australia today. Using the C.O.B.R.A. system, Jim and Dan recommend taking a short position in a leading ETF that tracks the performance of the Australian dollar as multiple headwinds brought on by political decisions will bring a drawdown in its value.