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Negative Interest Rates Are Coming And There Is Nothing You Can Do About It

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 10:47AM ET

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The Federal Reserve is now looking closely at negative interest rate policies (NIRP). Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen recently admitted this in front of a Congressional panel. Europe and Japan have already announced their own negative interest rate policies and it looks like the United States banking system is  not that far away from their own form of NIRP.

The idea behind negative interest rate policy is to stimulate bank lending by charging banks to park their cash. Unfortunately, this action could cause savers to park their cash under the mattress. If savers do this it would likely result in further deflation. Currently, we hear that the European Central Bank is looking to do away with the 500-Euro note. This action by the ECB is being done to simply make cash hoarding much more difficult. Last week, former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers suggested that the U.S. should get rid of the $100 bill. Does anyone see a pattern here? This is one of the primary reasons for the recent surge in gold. Generally, gold will decline in a deflationary environment, but gold is a hard asset and that is what people want to hold if they can not hold large amounts of cash.

We can only wonder what the negative effects will be on savers, retirees, pension funds, and insurance companies. Only time will tell what is going to happen when NIRP is implemented, but it looks like it is coming soon and there is nothing anyone can do about it.

 

 

 

Nick Santiago

Chief Market Strategist

www.inthemoneystocks.com

Today's Stock Trading Action Is Right Here: HD, FIT, WDC & More

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 08:59AM ET

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Inverse Head & Shoulder Pattern: Oil To Rip Another 15-20% Higher

Posted by Gareth Soloway Monday, February 22, 2016, 01:31PM ET

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#FANG Stocks Surge: Short These Pigs HERE $FB, $AMZN, $NFLX, $GOOG

Posted by Gareth Soloway Monday, February 22, 2016, 12:59PM ET

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This ETF Predicts Major Stock Market Moves Before They Happen

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Monday, February 22, 2016, 11:06AM ET

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Stock Continue To Rally, Where Are Today's Trades?

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Monday, February 22, 2016, 08:57AM ET

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Friday Stock Market Wrap: Pro Trader Inside Track

Posted by Gareth Soloway Saturday, February 20, 2016, 12:26AM ET

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The markets closed flat on options expiration Friday. In the last week the S&P 500 gained over 100 points through Wednesday, and paused on Thursday and Friday. This pattern is known as bullish consolidation. As long as this pattern formation holds, markets are likely to head higher in the near term. The initial resistance will be the S&P high from February 1st, 2016 which was around 1950. That is approximately 30 points higher from here. It is also right around the daily 50 moving average. Based on the chart formation, it is possible the S&P hits this level by early to mid next week. Once there, a major battle will ensue...bulls vs. bears.

 

Oil ended the week slightly higher, but very choppy. Oil appears to have turned a corner in terms of being out of freefall. Early in the week Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed to keep production from exceeding current levels. While it has nothing to do with cutting production, it does show that two major oil producers are willing to work together. In a way, it puts a floor on oil in the $25/bbl range. This is making the shorts nervous. Based on the charts, oil is likely to move higher in the near term.

 

While minor short term upside still remains, the longer term trend of the market still down. I expect a move as low as 1600 on the S&P by March/April 2016. The below chart shows the week for the $SPY, the S&P 500 tracking ETF.

 

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Gareth Soloway

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Stock Futures Drop, This Means Trading Opportunities

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Friday, February 19, 2016, 08:58AM ET

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Check Out These Charts! Money Makers: $AMZN & $GOOG

Posted by Gareth Soloway Thursday, February 18, 2016, 01:47PM ET

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Future Mega Player On The Cheap: $FEYE The Buy Of The Century (NASDAQ:FEYE)

Posted by Gareth Soloway Thursday, February 18, 2016, 01:41PM ET

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FireEye Inc (NASDAQ:FEYE) is a cyber security player, one of the biggest in the world. While being a mega player in the industry, it has fallen from $55.00 to $13.00 in the last 9 months. This epic decline has been partly based off of some worries over growth but mostly because of general market fear. In the last six months or so the FireEye Inc has been buying smaller niche players within their industry, cementing themselves as a future leader in cyber security. They are positioning themselves beautifully.

 

The key here is to note that FireEye Inc (NASDAQ:FEYE) is doing whatever it has to, to remain a leader while also realizing that cyber defense is becoming and will become the biggest war front going forward. Battles will not be fought in person, but instead using technology, hacking..ect. While the stock is depressed, for investors with a longer term view, it is almost a crime not to buy.

 

Gareth Soloway 

Chief Market Strategist

www.InTheMoneyStocks.com

 

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