At various points over the past 10 years we’ve tried to ignore them. But we can’t ignore them, because in many respects, central bankers are the market.
Throughout 2015 though, the Dow Jones index has struggled to maintain its upward momentum.
It may sound far-fetched, but instigating a crash may be the only option the Fed has left in order to justify further intervention in the markets.
If the All Ordinaries is breaking lows and you by chance come across a stock going sideways, unaffected, then that should interest you. A lot. Why?
I often get emails from people starting out in the markets. Two things usually stand out — basic knowledge and a modest capital base.
Watch this market closely. The point we’re making here is that it may not be a big and spectacular event that causes the next stock market crash.
Much to our surprise, it looks as though the lady in charge at the US Federal Reserve (Dr Janet S Yellen) is serious about raising interest rates this year.
Imagine if a sophisticated hacking group shut down the online systems of say…the Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA)
I want trading to be as easy as possible. It’s no good having the world’s most profitable system if it’s emotionally too hard to trade.
Russell Australian Select Corporate Bond ETF [ASX: RCB] has hardly moved in the last three years.