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Have Bonds and Equities Turned and what is
Happening with Gold?
In the seventies Gold burst into life as the gold
standard was given up and dollar
devaluation led to massive inflation. From $35 an ounce, when the dollar
was on the 'Gold Standard', it hit a high of over $800 by 1981.
Some commentators think it might happen again
but do Gold, Equities, Bonds, Commodities and Currencies move independently of
In this Seminar on CD, Inter-Market
Analysis fully describes the relationship between the major asset classes of:
Bonds - Equities - Commodities - Oil - Gold -
Markets never move in perfect harmony but anyone
who has looked at the historical behaviour of the markets will be aware of
relationships between Equities and Bonds for instance.
Plus bonus audio -
Dane Halling discussing how
the bond markets work and how they affect stock markets
When bonds rise as interest rates fall, then it
is highly likely that equities will also rise as the low interest rate
environment is usually positive for companies earnings.
However, this is just a small part of the
story. By examining the movements of the five asset classes it is possible to
start predicting what is likely to happen next in one or other of them.
Gerald Ashley will give you a unique
insight into these markets, he has over twenty five years
experience in the
financial markets, working for banks in London, Hong Kong and Switzerland. He
has been responsible for foreign exchange operations, currency options and has
managed a substantial gold book. Gerald now trades, is a sought after
international speaker and advices clients on asset allocation.
Click this link for an article by Gerald on risk management
In addition to his analysis on world
markets Gerald has made a study of the behavioural aspects of investors and
markets in his book "Uncertainty and
This downloadable seminar with audios
includes a two part presentation and conversation with Gerald on longer term
capital flows that will help you decide if you should be considering investment
and trading in Gold, Oil, Commodities, Equities or Bonds.
Part one (26 mins.) gives a thorough analysis of what
drives the various markets and how one affects the other.
Part Two (30 mins.)
takes you through some of the ways in which you can profit from the moves in
these markets, including using the Gold/Oil
The Conversation (41 mins.) covers historical
perspectives and broadens out the presentations relating the historical to the
Plus bonus audio
- now includes Dane Halling discussing how
the bond markets work
In recent months equities have risen
substantially, bonds have rallied and the Gold market has
been stirring whilst the US$ has had a roller coaster ride. Indeed Gold has been one of the worst investments one could have
made over the last two decades, but is it now time to see it come to life
One of the useful ratios you will learn about is
the Gold/Oil ratio. The ratio has fluctuated between around ten and thirty over
the last thirty years or so and this one indicator can help you make informed
investments and trades.
You will not use the material in this CD to time
short term trades - but it will enable you to decide which markets are likely to
develop a sustained trend. Once the longer term trend is established then the
trader can get to work, fine tuning and timing entries and exits.
Inter-Market Analysis will give you the edge over
those who lose money fighting against longer term capital flows!
material contained in these downloadable presentations and the strategies that can be applied in
determining the correct markets to be trading at particular times in the
economic cycle is frequently sought after and this type of consultancy
frequently costs over £1,000 a day for this type of asset allocation advice.
However, you can download "Inter-Market Analysis" today for just £19.97
inclusive of the bonus audio, Talking Bonds with Dane Halling.
Just click the order Form link below and
once the order is complete you will immediately receive an email with download