Tag: stock market

  • The Key to High Returns: Ignoring all the Data

    The economy and the stock market are two different entities, but the impact that one has on the other is extremely important The stock market has trended upward since its December lows The hard data shows slowdowns, consumer sentiment is waning, but the market continues higher The market trends to the upside over time, and […]

  • Dollar vs Yuan: Podcast Version

    Click here for the link to my FIRST podcast EVER. Expanding the blog into a new territory. I learn by reading (hence, the blog). Some people learn by listening. Some by seeing. Some learn through kinesthetics (I’ll have to brainstorm some ideas on that one). I want information to be accessible to everyone. That’s why […]

  • How to Make Money When the Market Declines

    When you take a trade off, you need to put one back on again. So that’s just what I did. I was looking at the Dough platform and running through the checklist in my head:

  • Governance through Decentralization on the Blockchain

    Decentralization is an important part of the blockchain, and one of the reasons that a lot of investors are curious in the product. The way that the blockchain operates is on a peer to peer network, utilizing consensus mechanisms. There is no over-arching “person-in-charge” (on Bitcoin). On some of the other coins, such as Ethereum […]

  • The Bitcoin Blog: The Future Lies in the Blockchain

    Cryptocurrency is an absolute mind boggler. Bitcoin first caught my eye about 2 weeks ago, so I was definitely late to the party, as it has been on the markets since 2010 (at the ripe price of $0.04). It has been on a tear. Right now at time of writing (12/5/17 3:20 pm CT) the […]

  • Black Swans and the Federal Reserve: Is There Really a Difference?

    “The black swans are circling like vultures now. Dark economic events seem to be flying in out of nowhere for those who have vision to see them. Even dovish New York Fed President William Dudley says that he is less confident about the economy than he was when he and his Feddish partners voted to […]