Andrew Abraham

andy-0101 My name in Andrew Abraham. I have been investing in commodities and managed futures since 1994. I adhere to the philosophy of trend following. Trend following stresses a disciplined approach to commodity/ futures trading. Successful trend following and commodity futures investing requires patience, discipline and actively managing the risk. What sets me apart from other traders is that I am not only concerned about the return on investment but how much risk I will have to tolerate to achieve my goals.

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Can Obama Maintain His Approval Rating?


obamaDo you remember the statement.. It is the economy,Stupid…Maybe the same words are effectingֲ President Obama’sֲ approval ratings. They are slipping as Americans are worried about the economy.ֲ Obamaג€™s approval rating slipped to 59 percent from 64 percent last month. All in allֲ Americans still generally support Obamaג€™s handling of the economy however more questions are cropping up. One of the most pertinet was yesterdays AIG debacle. Obamaֲ is scrambling to assure Americans he is extremely aware of public outrage over taxpayer-backed bonuses for AIG executives.

President Obama has asked Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner to look at compensation being paid to AIG (AIG) employees for work done in 2008 andֲ to pursue ג€œevery legal avenue to block these bonuses and make the American taxpayers whole.ג€ Evenֲ New York Attorney General and future governor Andrew Cuomo says he may subpoena AIG over the bonuses. It is very clear to every politician that taking taxpayer bailout money and paying it to wealthy bankers makes them look bad. The issue for Obama isֲ his own economic plan may get caught up in the outcry.

Simply put. his challenge isֲ ֲ the ֲ possibility of having the public associate AIG’s taxpayer-backed bonuses ֲ & bailout with his own economic agenda at a time when Americans are being asked to mortgage their grandchildren. Obama has been spending money with numbers that are hard to count.ֲ Obama has proposed a $3.55 trillion budget for fiscal 2010. Congress has approved $787 billion economic stimulus package and last week he signed a $410 billion budget bill for the rest of 2009. Considering the skepticism of many of the publicֲ the last thing Obama wants to do is to have to defend bonus payments to AIG.ֲ 

The question is, will Obama’s display of moral outrage placate the skeptics, maintain his approval rating and enable him to continue his economic agenda?

What do you think.?

Oh by the way…who is suppose to pay for this…our great grand children?


Andy Abrahamֲ

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