NFTRH 596 includes everything from a forward view on inflation, to the new Fed/Treasury/Government marriage that will only make it more intense when the current
 Ha ha ha, a subscriber chimes in that in following my advice (and not my trades) he’s up 20% in 2020. Perfect! I made
The format is altered from normal even further this week. The idea is to talk about what needs to be talked about and not flog
Reminder I just want to make sure anyone who has interest is aware of new in-week notes that I don’t think rise to the level
NFTRH 594 pretty much wrote itself, had a lot more words and somewhat less charts. It’s big boy time, guys. It’s big girl time, ladies.
Pooped folks. Absolutely wrung out due to immersion in NFTRH 593, and it’s time for me to go out in the sun like a normal
 I’m actually enjoying dropping charts in there as needed too. So please consider this an auxiliary update source for when the markets get woogly.
The work has taken me into unfamiliar territory this week, where despite an alarming sentiment event (COVID-19) I am forced to come to the terms
Please discard your currently downloaded version of NFTRH 590 in favor of the new one uploaded to the archive. A few typos were cleaned up
Lots to talk about this week and talk about it we do. This scratches the surface… Subscribe to NFTRH Premium (monthly at USD $35.00 or
Today I’ve received a couple of inquiries about NFTRH. Each asking about options for evaluation of the service to see if it fits their needs.
Screenshot, please scratch the surface for the nice people about #589’s contents. Subscribe to NFTRH Premium (monthly at USD $35.00 or a discounted yearly at
Excerpted from the February 2 edition of Notes From the Rabbit Hole, NFTRH 588, a look at why we have needed to stay open minded
NFTRH 588 is out, the sun is out and so I am out… But first a note that this actually was a pretty important report