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Cliff Wachtel, CPA, is currently the Chief Analyst of anyoption.com, a leading binary options broker, and Director of Market Research, New Media and Training for Caesartrade.com, a fast growing forex and CFD broker. He is also the author of The Sensible Guide To Forex, and publisher of... More
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  • COMING WEEK MARKET MOVERS: REACTION TO FITCH BOMBSHELL, ECB STEALTH BAILOUT SPECULATION 2 comments
    Dec 18, 2011 3:56 AM | about stocks: UUP, UDN, FXE, ERO, URR, ULE, EUO, DRR, FXA, FXB, FXC, FXD, FXF, FXEN, FXY, JYF, CYB, GLD, CNY, USO, DUG, USL, NBO, DBV, ICI, CEW, SLV, OIL, SPY, SDS, RSW, BXDC, SPXU, SH, DIA, EWC, EWA, TLT, XHB, ITM, IGOV, VGK, TBT, GSG, DBC, CORN, ICN, SZR, BZF, GRU, DAX-OLD, FRC, DB, SAN, BNO, ENIA

    Part 2: Coming Week Market Movers & How To Profit

     

    The following is a weekly strategy guide for traders and investors, covering the coming week’s likely market movers of all major asset classes via both traditional instruments and binary options.

     

     

    Here’s a brief list of the likely market movers for this week.

     

    1. Reaction To Fitch Announcement

     

    Just as we noted in last week’s market review that delayed reaction the EU Summit’s failure could be the big driver in the coming week, we suspect the Fitch’s bombshell announcement Friday that the EU crisis is beyond solution, discussed in Part 1, could well be the big driver behind further declines this week. While the view is far from new, this was the first time that such a mainstream institution admitted it. All that’s left is for a one or more EU leaders to admit it. That won’t happen until markets force the issue, because the ramifications are so gruesome – a banking crisis likely to dwarf that of the 2008 Lehman moment, renewed global recession/depression, and all the geopolitical instability implied.

     

    See Part 1 for details.

     

     

    TO VIEW THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE PLEASE VISIT http://globalmarkets.anyoption.com AND FIND ARTICLE BY SAME NAME UNDER THE WEEKLY TAB

     

     

    DISCLOSURE /DISCLAIMER: THE ABOVE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL TRADING DECISIONS LIES SOLELY WITH THE READER. IF WE REALLY KNEW WHAT WOULD HAPPEN, WE WOULDN’T BE TELLING YOU FOR FREE, NOW WOULD WE? 

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Stocks: UUP, UDN, FXE, ERO, URR, ULE, EUO, DRR, FXA, FXB, FXC, FXD, FXF, FXEN, FXY, JYF, CYB, GLD, CNY, USO, DUG, USL, NBO, DBV, ICI, CEW, SLV, OIL, SPY, SDS, RSW, BXDC, SPXU, SH, DIA, EWC, EWA, TLT, XHB, ITM, IGOV, VGK, TBT, GSG, DBC, CORN, ICN, SZR, BZF, GRU, DAX-OLD, FRC, DB, SAN, BNO, ENIA
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  • skyraider
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    Cliff,
    Is this something new? I find it most irritating to have an article posted on one site and then, after a few brief words, send you off to another site for some marketing/financial gain/or other business reason. If you are going to write on SA then the full article should be on SA. You do a great job, in my opinion, with your information and i look forward to it each weekend. On the other hand I do not like the come on of a teaser line or two and then a redirect. I did go to your other site and frankly it it more than a bit confusing. Far too much stuff and hard to follow. So if your marketing folks are reading clean the thing up. And then give us a real reason to read both sites for added articles, etc.
    Back to the point of this note: Post here what you want us to read here and then if you like, invite us to read other material on your proprietary site. Frankly, I think this trick is below you. Tell your publisher or your marketing folks, or whomever, that your readers are much brighter than that and you will lose them not gain them. I say drop the bait and switch.

     

    Thanks,
    sky
    18 Dec 2011, 08:43 PM Reply Like
  • skyraider
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    Cliff,
    When you make mistake then own up. I am owning up. Somehow I got to this blog post rather than the full post on SA of the coming week information. So when I went back and found it, IN FULL, I was embarrassed to say the least. So my apologies for the previous post though my feelings about being redirected still stand in any situation. If it can't be posted in full then leave it off.
    Keep up your good work.

     

    Sky
    18 Dec 2011, 09:01 PM Reply Like
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