“Today it’s the United States that looks relatively stronger compared to every other power bloc in the world. In the wake of the destruction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Europe is more dependent than ever on American natural gas.”
Then I heard it.
“I follow Yahoo finance and stuff. But I really love Jim Cramer on Mad Money. That guy knows what’s up.”
My head almost exploded.
No matter how dressed up their outlooks are in fanciful talk, historical examples, and words you don’t understand, their pronouncements are still just opinions. The “experts” don’t lose money if they’re wrong, but you will if you follow them.
As much as some folks hate when Fed Chair Jerome Powell speaks, I look forward to it.
This isn’t because I’m a fan of his, it’s because I enjoy the volatility…
After the expected announcement of a 75 basis point hike in interest rates, Powell reiterated his hawkish stance on using further rate increases to control inflation. The Fed seems committed to this stance even if it wrecks the economy in the near term.
So what causes traders to lose everything. Is it because of their win rates? Entry and exit points? Or is it the tickers they play?
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