December 17, 2016: Losing Interest

This show was recorded on 12/14/16, the day the Fed hiked rates another 1/4 point. The market rallied into an area of supply and then immediately fell into an area of demand, and then rallied from there. It was a classic example of what really drives the market, supply and demand. It isn’t “news” or earnings, it is willing buyers and sellers.

In this week’s show we focused on that idea, as well as describing a little more of why I refer to this as a “hollow” market. The bottom line is this:  the stock market, housing market, GDP and government budget are all dependent on low interest rates. Whether the Fed continues to raise rates, or if the market raises on its own, trouble must come to this market. The problem is that the timing of this is unknowable, so we need to know how to make money in both up and down markets. We must also learn to manage risk in multiple directions. These are the macro themes of this week’s episode…

To learn more, check it out here: 

Given this week’s topic we are going to be conducting a special class, “Making Money In Any Market”.  If you would like free tickets to this class, call 84-48-Income (844.846.2663) and tell them that you read about it on the Next Week In Stocks website. I hope to see you there!

If you would like to submit a question to the show, or to give us feedback, please send an email to:  phoenix@tradingacademy.com. Also, check out our sister show, “The Right Side Of The Trade” on the following stations:

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