After a back injury forced him to re-evaluate his Olympic dreams, Ben Davies found a new thrill in the competition of trading. Now
managing a long-only gold fund, he strives to protect investors’ wealth while advocating for free market reforms around the globe.
When the U.S. Federal Reserve embarked upon the policy of asset purchases (known as “Quantitative Easing”) in the wake of the 2008 credit freeze, the goal was to stimulate the economy by keeping longer term interest rates low.
The U.S. Federal Reserve appears ready to begin tapering just as other central banks may be adding to their balance sheets. What will this mean for the global forex market? And remember, this is all data-dependent.
Robert Lavin has spent 30 years trading for institutions, customers, government agencies and himself, but may have found his niche with the recent relaunch of commodity trading advisor Vallen Advisors.