PSM: The Market is in Trouble…Are You?

The last time the S&P had gone 564 calendar days since its last 5% correct was 1945. The Dow saw over 69 new highs in 2017 and went up over 7% the month of January alone. The good news was that global central banks were coordinating a global recovery from the crisis that became apparent in 2008. The wage increases announced on February 1st was the most seen since 2009 and the new tax laws insured a huge increase in … Read More »

Part Two: The Problems that Caused the Last Crisis are Bigger Today, 2008 Was Just a Warning!

In 1997 adding new debt to the financial system no longer expanded overall economic stimulation, as witnessed by the monetary velocity (the speed at which people spend). Since banking is primarily based on growing debt and leverage, the financial system turned to “Financial Engineering” and deregulation to generate stimulation and income for the banks. One could say that Wall Street was now in control. Speculative derivatives exploded, though most were hidden from scrutiny via the OTC (Over the counter) market. … Read More »

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Q&A with Lynette Zang and Eric Griffin

11/28/2017 Q&A with Lynette Zang Chief Market Analyst and Eric Griffin President of ITM Trading Inc. Eric sources questions from Lynette’s viewers and Lynette responds with organic and unrehearsed answers. If you have a question for Lynette and Eric, please either submit your question though YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or here on the ITM Trading website in the comments section. If you enjoyed the 10/3/2017 live viewer Q&A with Lynette Zang, please like, subscribe, and share in order to help Lynette … Read More »

Gold vs Bitcoin – A Peak Beneath the Skin of the Markets

  The key tool of central bankers and governments is perception management. This is what enables voluntary wealth transfer, but it requires confidence. Global confidence in governments and central bankers has been declining creating a threat to their control over the global financial system. In 2008, the debt based system died and these same central bankers put it on life support until in next money standard (digital) could be put in place. Bitcoin was introduced in 2009, the technology was … Read More »

Q&A With Lynette Zang And Eric Griffin October 31, 2017

10/31/2017 Q&A With Lynette Zang And Eric Griffin Eric sources questions from Lynette’s viewers and Lynette responds with organic and unrehearsed answers. If you have a question for Lynette and Eric, please either submit your question though YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or here on the ITM Trading website in the comments section. If you enjoyed the 10/3/2017 live viewer Q&A with Lynette Zang, please like, subscribe, and share in order to help Lynette fight the fiat money disease! Viewer Submitted Questions: … Read More »

Lynette Zang Reports On Insider Trading And The CFBC, Wells Fargo And Equifax

9-20-17 IT CFPB Lies about Wells Fargo and Equifax Hides Data Breach, by Lynette Zang   Insiders have stepped up selling this week with the average spiking up to $46.42 of selling for every $1 of buying. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray allegedly misled Congress about the agency’s investigation into the Wells Fargo scandal according to a new report by the House Financial Services Committee. Last week Equifax disclosed a data breach compromising 143,000, nearly half the … Read More »

Lynette Zang Reports On The Insider Trading Equifax Data Breach And Disclosure 9-13-17

Insider Trading Equifax

9-13-17  Insider Trading Equifax Data Breach and Disclosure, by Lynette Zang   Insider trading has picked up this week with an overall Buy/Sell ratio of $1 of buying to $33 of selling, but the insiders at Industrial companies selling off the charts this week with every $1 of buying to $2,282 of selling. Last week Equifax disclosed a data breach compromising 143,000,000 Americans and nearly half the countries SS numbers as well as other sensitive, private information. Considering that Equifax … Read More »

The Impact of Hurricanes – Massive Costs to Victims, Insurers, Taxpayers and the Economy

Economic Hurricane

9-12-17 The Impact of Hurricanes – Massive Costs to Victims, Insurers, Taxpayers and the Economy, by Lynette Zang   Today we’re looking at the impact of hurricane Harvey on the victims, insurers, taxpayers and the economy. This could easily be a metaphor for the economic hurricane headed our way. Doppler radar enables us to watch the evolution of a hurricane and history tells us the most likely outcome. Peeking beneath the skin of the markets, along with 6,000 years of … Read More »

It’s All About The Leverage – The Net Capital Rule And Dodd-Frank

9-5-17 It’s All About the Leverage, by Lynette Zang   Leverage, The Net Capital Rule,The Lehman Moment, And Dodd-Frank. On April 28, 2004, under pressure from the largest broker dealers (Bear Stearns, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, and Morgan Stanley) the SEC approved the “Net Capital Rule” which allowed these entities exemptions that enabled them to dramatically increase leverage. Many believe this, in part, formed the foundation of the 2007 crisis. At that time Lehman was levered at 30:1 … Read More »