After completing #684 I feel like I am on the right track as a market participant. I don’t always know that as clearly during the
Because successful investment and/or risk management depend on knowing and adjusting to the macro backdrop I am planning to add a new feature to NFTRH
 With infinite thanks to my ever alert mother, a couple of bad typos have been identified and fixed. Please discard the original and grab
As my inbox gets bombed with Black Friday deals, including from a large market newsletter service, I think to myself ‘self… why don’t you do
Key points identified and made, #682 did its job pre-turkey. We’ve identified the bullish and bearish considerations, the various macro options and the stock investment
Stocks, stocks and more stocks! Woo hoo! Okay, that’s enough. This week the macro guy goes full frontal party guy in NFTRH 681, which covers
Tell ’em screenshot. Scratch the surface of what you’re all about so that the nice people might get an idea of the value you provide.
Back to full length this week as that is what was needed, especially given some new wrinkles hitting the macro and thus, my consciousness. NFTRH
I’ve been having an issue with Telstra ‘bigpond’ email servers blocking emails to a few subscribers in Australia. Anyway, Paul responded after I attended to
NFTRH 666(6) took a focused look at Semiconductors, updated/added more details to the gold stock view (adding new weekly miner/royalty charts), did a full Commodities
Screenshot, inform the nice people of what can be expected in NFTRH 662.
We’re back to full length, which is in this case is 56 pages of analysis, evaluation, speculation and a central question about the macro markets.