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Universal Truths for Forex, Stock, Bond and Commodity Market

Posted By On 8/22/2009 11:32:00 AM Under

A few universal truths which if kept in mind will help one to become an expert stock market trader as well as an expert commodity trader or a forex trader or a bond market trader.
Just keep these corelations always up the sleeve as each is corelated to other aspect in a one way or the other. These corelations to make you all a professional money making trading is as appended below:
a) The U.S. dollar trends in the opposite direction of commodities.
b) A falling dollar is bullish for commodities; a rising dollar is bearish.
c) Commodities trend in the opposite direction of bond prices.
d) Therefore, commodities trend in the same direction as interest rates.
e) Rising commodities coincide with rising interest rates and falling bond prices.
f) Falling commodities coincide with falling interest rates and rising bond prices.
g) Bond prices normally trend in the same direction as stock prices.
h) Rising bond prices are normally good for stocks; falling bond prices are bad.
i) Therefore, falling interest rates are normally good for stocks; rising rates are bad.
j) The bond market, however, normally changes direction ahead of stocks.
k) A rising dollar is good for U.S. stocks and bonds; a falling dollar can be bad.
l) A falling dollar is bad for bonds and stocks when commodities are rising.
m) During a deflation (which is relatively rare), bond prices rise while stocks fall.
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