Market Roundup November 17th 2009

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The Traders & Investors Club is an indispensable element in the development of both new and experienced traders. One of the major benefits of membership of the Traders & Investors Club is the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals at our regular meetings.

Every month, Kevin Barry presents his Market Roundup which is a tour through the global marketplace looking for trading opportunities.

This month, Kevin discusses the recent parabolic rise in the price of gold and makes his case for an imminent top. Kevin suggests that it is almost time to go short gold and long the US Dollar.

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Market Roundup November 17th 2009

  1. 1. Welcome to The Traders & Investors Club Tuesday, 17th November 2009 www.tradersandinvestorsclub.co.uk
  2. 2. Market Roundup
  3. 3. Inflation v. Deflation
  4. 4. Inflation v. Deflation
  5. 5. Inflation v. Deflation
  6. 6. Inflation v. Deflation
  7. 7. Inflation v. Deflation
  8. 8. 10 Year Treasury Deflation Inflation
  9. 9. US Dollar Index Constituents
  10. 10. US Dollar Index 2 1 4 3
  11. 11. Gold Gold US Dollar Index
  12. 12. Gold
  13. 13. Gold 3 1 4 2
  14. 14. Gold $US Euro
  15. 15. Gold $Australian $US
  16. 16. Gold
  17. 17. Gold - Commitment Of Traders Report
  18. 18. US Index v. S&P500 S&P 500 $US Index
  19. 19. S&P 500
  20. 20. What Chart?
  21. 21. DOW Industrials 1929 - 1934
  22. 22. S&P 500 v. Banking Sector S&P500 Banks
  23. 23. S&P 500 v. Banking Sector S&P500 Banks
  24. 24. Goldman Sachs
  25. 25. Derivative Exposure 250 x Total Assets
  26. 26. Inflation v. Deflation ?
  27. 27. Inflation v. Deflation
  28. 28. Inflation v. Deflation
  29. 29. Inflation v. Deflation
  30. 30. US Unemployment
  31. 31. Inflation v. Deflation
  32. 32. EURJPY v. S&P500 S&P500 EURJPY
  33. 33. EURJPY v. S&P500 S&P500 EURJPY
  34. 34. FTSE100
  35. 35. UK Fundamentals
  36. 36. UK Fundamentals
  37. 37. CCI Commodity Index
  38. 38. Baltic Dry Index v. S&P500
  39. 39. Baltic Dry Index
  40. 40. Commodity Relative Strength
  41. 41. Copper
  42. 42. Copper
  43. 43. Crude Oil
  44. 44. Crude Oil
  45. 45. Natural Gas
  46. 46. Natural Gas
  47. 47. Natural Gas ETF UNG - US Natural Gas ETF Since July 2008, Natural Gas fell 65% Over the same period, UNG fell 82%
  48. 48. Coffee
  49. 49. Coffee
  50. 50. Sugar
  51. 51. Sugar
  52. 52. Sterling v. US Dollar
  53. 53. Euro v. US Dollar
  54. 54. Euro v. Sterling Daily
  55. 55. Euro v. Sterling Daily
  56. 56. US Dollar v. Yen 2 4 1 3
  57. 57. Economic Calendar
  58. 58. Market Roundup

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