Is the EUR/USD Losing Momentum?

The euro has been gaining steady traction against the U.S. dollar since the last week of October, giving the impression that the euro is finally finding the strength that it had a couple years ago. For Forex traders, this is a powerful mindset, but not necessarily a beneficial one, yet. Before you start going long Read More…

Wells Fargo Reports Profits

Wells Fargo is the third largest bank in the United States, and as the nation’s economy hangs in an undecided state, they have announced that their profit rate fell for the last quarter. The main factor that was pointed to as a cause for this was low interest rates. The U.S. Federal Reserve has been Read More…

Disney to Go Up

The expert analysts keep saying that we should be bullish on Walt Disney Co. Meanwhile, the stock’s price keeps dropping. For a value investor, this is a dream come true, if those analysts are correct. All you need to do is buy a bunch of shares and just wait. If now is the time to Read More…

Saudi Arabian Banks Struggling?

Something major is happening in Saudi Arabia right now, and paying attention to how this will affect oil is an important part of your overall trading strategy. You may have noticed that the Saudis have finally announced that they will be cutting back on oil production, something that has helped the price per barrel of Read More…

The Disney Contradiction

The Walt Disney Co. is getting great recommendations from major investment houses. Despite all of this, Disney is still trading about 18 percent below its 52 week high. For value investors, this seems to point to a great entry point, but when it comes to short term trading, there are still a lot of question Read More…

China Debt Rises

It seems that China’s stock market problems are far from over. Recently, the governor of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) issued a warning that corporate debt is far too high for Chinese businesses, and that when compared to the country’s gross domestic product, the proportion of debt has become unsafe. Ideally, the goal would Read More…