The Weekly Videos concentrate on the current state of Risk On & Risk Off assets, the interplay between them and important levels which will signify a market shift in their relationships. I concentrate on what the various asset markets did in the previous week, the situation AS IS, as opposed to what I would like it to be, as given by the ultimate arbiter: price. From that starting point I attempt to formulate and explain what past market action hints for the future week and longer term.
Assets covered are: government bonds, the yield curve, currencies, gold and most developed equity markets.
Weekly Videos are produced and uploaded on Sundays, usually by 10am EST.
Purchasing ($40.00) allows for direct download to your PC and viewing in large screen format, on the device and in format of your own choosing. Renting ($40.00) allows viewing in the video viewer below for 72 hours. You can choose your preferred option by clicking on the video cover below.
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If you would prefer to Subscribe on a Monthly, Quarterly or Annual basis, as opposed to purchasing or renting individual videos, you can do so here and you will be emailed a link whenever a new video is posted. The link is under "Member Blog" (which you will see when you log into the Members Only section of Riskdials) under the heading of Weekly Review, as per snapshot below:
NB: I do approx. 45 videos/year, so a yearly subscription via Riskdials gives you a 50% saving on each video and then offers you free financial models and individual stock and ETF screeners!
To view the current Weekly Video simply click on it below, set up your account with your email and a password and then follow the very simple instructions to pay with your PayPal account. You will then be able to download it or view it below if renting. Downloading is the better option, in my opinion, as it enables you to view it in your chosen video viewer.
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