Market Thoughts Archive
Posted on March 20, 2016
Major central banks around the world are trying to revive their economy with a risky technique, and they may hit a dead-end with it. More and more federal banks use negative interest rates, which was almost unimaginable before. Not so long ago, Bank of Japan joined the club formed by the central banks of the EU, Denmark, Switzerland and Sweden.
Posted on March 13, 2016
Just some weeks ago we predicted that developing markets may shine after the big global market correction. Our press release concerning the subject was featured on Reuters, Yahoo Finance, and MarketWatch among others as well. Now, it seems that our predictions were right. Let’s see why.
Posted on March 06, 2016
This year started out quite exciting: while everyone focused on the falling of the stock markets and oil, something interesting happened in the background. Precious metals’ price started to raise after years of falling. This is important news but we still don’t hear a lot about it, and that may be good for the open-eyed investors.
Posted on February 28, 2016
The news might be mostly about the movements of the stock exchange, but there is more and more spotlight on the changes of the price of crude oil. There are conjectures on how the falling trend will change and that will also cause sharp falls and rises in a short time. The question is obvious: will the long lasting downtrend of the crude soon turn around?
Posted on February 21, 2016
This year started with a serious market correction which brought light to many weakness of the global market. The optimism is over and now we see pessimistic analyses even about developed countries. We were only used to this pessimism about developing countries after the sharp fall of commodities and the growing corporate debt due to the strong USD. Because of this, many investor is afraid of developing countries, but there are signs that show that it might a good idea to go against the beliefs of the majority.