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I really enjoy watching your videos and I’ve been following you for a couple years now. But in your latest video you say short bonds is the better opportunity right now and long indexes. And in your latest email you said that bonds, gold, and the dow are all bunched up and ready for a big move. I don’t disagree with you there at all. but from the website I posted I did a weekly chart of TLT and DJX and it looks like they’re more separated than bunched up. Maybe I’m reading this wrong or input the wrong parameters, but it seems like it would be more beneficial to be long bonds and short indexes. Could you clarify?
Could have just been a scaling issue last week i was on the road.
So I only had my Mac book Pro Retina with me.
As far as long bond the have more yo drop than the Dow does to go up.
Money love speed. Prices move faster down than up.
Hope it helps
I’m still on the fence about the bond webinar and am wondering what is the deadline for sign-ups. I believe it starts on Monday. Thanks
No pressure at all I’m not going anywhere.