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Market Talk – October 13th, 2016

Asia saw a mixed session with the Nikkei and Hang Seng lower whilst Shanghai rallied. The mood certainly appears heavy the past few days but more through uncertainty than actual news although we did see Chinese exports decline it did not halt the Shanghai’s performance. The impact of China’s data on European markets was evident […] read more

Republican Party Self-Destructing to Maintain the Corruption of the Elite

The Republican Party is in self-destruct mode. Even the most recent polls show that 76% of Republicans think the party is hopelessly divided. This is clearly the result of the career politicians who prefer Hillary and the status-quo to any outsider coming in to upset the apple cart. This is a very serious development, for […] read more

The Relocation of the Financial Capitol of the United States

QUESTION:  Hi Marty, I have a question for you on the movement of the financial capital. Is there a reason it moved to NY (as apposed to VA, MA, or MD) in 1914? Also is it possible to predict what region in china it will move to, or can we just assume it will move to […] read more

Market Talk – October 7, 2016

Asian markets were marginally better on the back of oil but were awaiting the all important US jobs report after a sleepy opening until the FX market woke everyone up. A “fat-finger trade” as many were reporting it (implying a trader input the wrong price and/or quantity) saw GBP trade down to 1.1378 in seconds only […] read more

Failure is Part of Success

QUESTION: Marty; You said at the Berlin Conference that failure is not the opposite of success. It is part of success. I found this intriguing. Is this part of the training sessions for this year’s WEC? ANSWER: Yes. The way we learn is by making mistakes. If you claim to have never been wrong, then […] read more

Market Talk – October 4, 2016

With China still on national holidays (Golden Week) trading was quiet but maintains the same trend. That being stronger equity markets offsetting the weaker currency. The JPY today hit recent lows (102.50) whilst the Nikkei heads for levels not seen since Q1. The 17k level remains the intraday psychological barrier where traders feel nervous as […] read more

Market Talk – October 3, 2016

We saw a healthy Asian session today with the Nikkei up almost 1/5% at one stage following the impressive US mood. The market could not maintain its strength closing up 0.9% which was a small reaction to some mixed data but did provide Europe with some opening guidance. The Shanghai market was closed today for […] read more

Did the Fed Really Say they Could Buy Stocks?

The Fed told Congress it would buy stocks if Congress allowed it. This statement has caused a lot of people to scratch their heads. Will this cause all the stock bears to rethink their prognostications of a major stock market crash? This was not even on the radar of most people. Some have reported this […] read more

Market Talk – September 29, 2016

What was initially a healthy start to the day following a strong Asian session all that changed mid-afternoon when reports about Deutsche Bank hit screens yet again. So, rather than me recapping the whole day lets just concentrate on the final few hours where all the excitement accorded. The rumours hit the trading floors that a […] read more

Market Talk – September 28th, 2016

Asia, specifically the Nikkei, traded heavy from the opening and although attempted a bounce mid-session by the close ended 1.3% down. The JPY therefore saw moves towards the 100 level but was eventually rejected reaching only 100.25 and by late US trading leveled at 100.75. Many traders speculating about the Shanghai playing with the 3k level […] read more