What shall anybody who wants to invest his or her money now do when stock markets do not move in any specific direction, the recovery is uncertain and interest rates on savings accounts are still incredible low? I like to have a simple answer. The simple answer is not there yet, but here is some food for thought.
To try to find simple investing strategies that work when there are no clear trends in the stock markets, I am reading and looking what can be done with bonds.
At the same time, a disaster scenario would be where stocks do not move in any long term trend, savings accounts do not provide any substantial interest and inflation starts to soar, eating away all your savings.
Do you also like to have a simple graphic overview of the factors contributing to economic growth and the causes for recession and economic crisis?
The daily economic news does not provide you with this overview. You hear statements about double-dips, a looming recession or even depression, huge growth and surplusses in China, a credit crisis, rising currencies, deleveraging of debts and more of this. Let’s have a look at the fundamental economic patterns behind all this.
Every month, Stock Trend Investing is publishing here one of its history charts for trend investing and trading. This month, this is the history chart for the S&P 500 index.
Every time you want to increase your investments in the stock market, you ask yourself how large or small that next investment will be and in which markets to invest. Do you have a proven system for this? Our community members have asked us how we make these decisions. Here we will share our approach and attached to this blog post is our exclusive Next Step Tool, free for you to use.