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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If you are interested in contacting for speaking engagements. Please email me at Andrabr9@gmail.com or call 954 903 0638.

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Richard Duncan Multi-Decade Global Depression?

Richard Duncan is the author of The Dollar Crisis and The New Depression: The Breakdown Of The Paper Money Economy. Richard Duncan believes we are heading for a Multi-Decade Global Depression! With all the massive debt and QE forever being printed….What happens if he is right? How do you protect your financial wealth? Great question […]

Great Depression 1929 Quotes & Statements

Maybe the world has forgotten the word risk. Maybe our Great Depression will not happen. What I want to share is many quotes and statements from the era of the great depression 1929. No one knows really if this is a bear market rally or truly the beginning of new bull market. If one is […]

Can We Jump Back In the Stock Market

Everyone seems to want to know when they can pick up all the bargains in the market. Seems that risk is a forgotten word.There are those that think that this is simply a BEAR Market rally. There have to be reactions and markets do not go down forever. The truth is only time will tell. The fact is the Dow rose 39.51 points, or 0.5%, to 8017.59, its highest close since Feb. 9. The Nasdaq has risen 25% during its four-week winning streak.

Comparing Obama to FDR

There exist many similarities between the current economic debacle and the Great Depression of 1929 ( however we are not at 25% unemployment and many other aspects).

Sure the Bear Market Is Over?

As GM Goes, So Goes The Nation famous remark by Charles Wilson is as appropriate now as it was in 1953. Charles Wilson declared before Congress that what was good for the country was good for GM and vice versa. Does Gm’s rise to power and decline towards insolvency parallel the rise and fall of the US? GM’s market cap reached approx $50 billion in 2000. Currently its market capitalization dropped below $1 billion to levels last seen during the 1920’s.

The Greatest Recession of Our Lives

There seems to be tug of war between those who ” Predict” this harsh Recession will be over this quarter or next year and those that react to the economic situation. Truthfully no one knows how long this Recession will last or when it will be over. The fact is those more money has been lost recently trying to call a bottom. The next reality is that there is further evidence that there is a deepening of the slowdown not just in the US but from around the world.

Money Spent on TARP Almost Equals Total US GDP

The FED and the TARP program has lent or guaranteed almost $12.8 trillion if you add it all up. Putting this into perspective this massive sum is virtually approaching the total GDP or everything produced in the US last year. The nationג€™s gross domestic product was $14.2 trillion in 2008.

What Really Will The G20 Summit Accomplish?

Hopefully more than political back standing will be accomplished at next weeks upcoming G20 Summit.The issues could not be more serious when the world’s most powerful leaders meet in London next week. Millions of jobs have already vanished and millions more could go as the global economy faces its biggest downturn since the Great Depression. Fear has gripped virtually everyone country and every citizen of the planet. If the summit is not successful then obviously there will be a greater sense of drift and crisis.
Yet there those, whose great hope that the summit will bring of the beginning of the end of the crisis as well hope that the world leaders were able to galvanize a new direction and a new authority.

The Road To ( Economic) Hell

Pretty strong words were used by the prime minister of the Czech Republic,Mirek Topolanek regarding Obama’s economic plans. Mr. Topolanek holds the EU’s six-month rotating presidency. He believes that the European Union governments must avoid the type of spending ( $2 Trillion dollars) to get out of the current recession ( Depression?). His views were not widely accepted by his colleagues. Is it that Mr. Topolanek is just going through a rough time personally since he was ousted by his own parliament after a losing a no confidence vote on Tuesday?

China New Super Currency

The question is are we just hearing political banter or should we believe the Chinese? Several weeks ago Premier Wen Jiabao called on March 13 for the U.S. ג€œto guarantee the safety of Chinaג€™s assets. The fact that even buying and holding US Treasuries the Chinese are losing money as their currency the Yuan has appreciated versus the US Dollar.
All the while, yesterday Obama came out with support of the US Dollar and to reply to the Chinese he stated, ג€œI donג€™t believe there is the need for a global currency,ג€. The obvious fact is that the Chinese are nervous holding US Dollars. Why shouldn’t they be after last weeks $1 Trillion dollar printing party. I think many of us are nervous holding dollars and maybe rightfully so. But, lets put in the reality. Maybe the US Dollar is the best of the worst. The European economies are in bad shape. They seem slow to react to the current reality.