Hedging Hope

Those that regularly follow my articles and forecasts can easily ascertain that I am a worry wart. Fortunately, or unfortunately I am always skeptical on overly optimistic views on stocks and the economy. So what am I skeptical on now? I am skeptical on the supposed turn around in the Canadian economy. Yes, things have improved over the last quarter, but I simply do not think that the fuel for this turnaround is sustainable. The global economy has extraordinary challenges ahead of it, which is likely to act like a cold wet blanket on the recent hot commodity market. Yet, traders and investors are looking at the January lows as the end of the commodity bear market and have been … Continue reading Hedging Hope