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Invest - just be sure you buy on dips and sell on rips. Look at a one year chart below.
I just sold some puts on ticker symbol JO. It's a coffee ETN. The risk reward looks pretty good right now.
Here is what one analyst said Friday: What I am more concerned about is the developing dryness over Minas
Gerias that may be affecting the budding of some trees. After a major
50% sell off in coffee prices the last year or so, we
are getting to the point that coffee prices may begin to rally if timely
rains do not fall soon. This market may be oversold.
I covered this topic before hereherehere and here. But is is always a good idea to remind blog readers that the global elite control everything and a true free market exists in concept only.
Germany’s stocks market is up about 30 percent year-to-date. Germany’s GDP is expected to grow less than one-percent this year!
Back in September 2012 the SEC charged the NYSE with a violation of prop feeds to proprietary customers before it went to the public. In other words, they were giving data to the big boys before the public was getting it.
Knight Capital Group lost $440 million when it sold all the stocks it accidentally bought because a computer glitch.Now they are up for sale!
Mainstream media continues to state that traditional IRAs are tax deferred until retirement. Well, that depends. If your IRA owns mortgage-leveraged real estate, you owe UBIT.If your IRA or 401(k) owns an active business structured as a pass through entity (such as an LLC or partnership), you owe UBIT. UBIT, or Unrelated Business Income Tax, applies to tax exempt organizations including retirement plans. To pay UBIT, Form 990-T must be filed with the IRS.
Gold is a very popular investment these days. Is it possibble to own collectibles such as art, coins, and physical gold inside an IRA? No. When an IRA purchases a collectible, the amount used to make the purchase is treated as distribution to the owner. It is included in the owner's gross income, and if the owner is under age 59½ and does not qualify for one of the exceptions, a 10% early distribution penalty is imposed on top of the income taxes.