Aussie under the pump but ASX finds support

The Aussie Dollar is now testing support at $0.89 after negative projections from Nouriel Roubini’s team. Reversal of 13-week Twiggs Momentum below zero warns of a primary down-trend, but expect further support at $0.8650/$0.8700. 69 more words

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A Bunch Of Sell-Outs

In my previous post I commented on the lack of vision our government seems to have when it comes to future and long term planning. This trend seems to be continuing and showing no signs of stopping. 352 more words


Aussie dollar leads ASX lower

The Australian Dollar found short-term support at $0.90 after last week’s fall. Reversal of 13-week Twiggs Momentum below zero warns of another decline, but expect support at $0.89/$0.90 and at $0.8650/$0.8700. 79 more words

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Commodity Currencies

August 28, 2014

In my latest Article, titled Commodity Currencies for About.com I look at the Australian and Canadian currencies. These two foreign exchange instruments are highly correlated to commodity prices.  42 more words


Are We At The Beginning Of A Bear Market In Commodity Prices?

August 25, 2014

A cyclical bull market in commodities began right after the start of the new millennium. Many commodity prices zoomed to new actual all-time highs, not adjusted for inflation. 1,205 more words


Portfolio Four Updated August, 2014

Portfolio four is five years old, with the beneficiary contributing $2500 and the trustee $5000, for a total of $7500.  The current value is $10,330, for a gain of $2830 or 37%, which is about 10.9% / year adjusted for the timing of cash flows.   50 more words

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Two questions for Australian investors

Two questions for Australian investors:

  1. Does the graph below show an up-trend?
  2. Would it be a good time to buy this stock?

If your answer to both questions is NO, then why would you consider selling when we invert the price scale? 95 more words

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