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NFTRH & Biiwii's Unique Market Perspectives

Gary Tanashian of nftrh.com and biiwii.com successfully owned and operated a progressive medical component manufacturing company for 21 years, keeping the company’s fundamentals in alignment with global economic ... more

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By Gary Tanashian
1 day ago
Commented on Swamp Creatures Sack D.C.; Fed Drops MOAB on Wall St.:

I believe the MOAB is because it is clear that we are now in the realm of 'fiscal' policy where before, the Fed had been employing 'monetary' policy. Wax on here and wax off there....

By Gary Tanashian
1 day ago
Commented on Use This Simple Technique To Make Better Trade Decisions:

Often times simpler is better. Good job, David.

By Gary Tanashian
3 days ago
Commented on Tech Sector Holds The Key:

Good to see you too, Candy. I've been asking myself 'correction or corrective consolidation?' for a while now. Seems like you've got the same question in mind.

By Gary Tanashian
4 days ago
Commented on WTIC: Get Ready To Trade The Departure From $50.00 Per Barrel:

Covered a crude oil short today. Not wanting to be greedy.

By Gary Tanashian
4 days ago
Commented on Tech Sector Holds The Key:

Agree with you on this, Candy.

By Gary Tanashian
4 days ago
Commented on Gold And Unrealistic Expectations - Gold Is Not An Investment:

I agree with your view that gold is stable. It does not move; everything around it does. But it is not money where it is not an official medium of exchange. It is an anchor to monetary value though.

By Gary Tanashian
7 days ago
Commented on Is Cardinal Health A Better Bargain Than Ever?:

Very helpful article, given my interest in the medical device market.

By Gary Tanashian
7 days ago
Commented on Dollar Drivel:

It's the same as the John Snow era. "We are in favor of a strong dollar", all the while working against it.

By Gary Tanashian
7 days ago
Commented on 100 Year Bonds In The Trump Era:

In the end it's all rearranging deck chairs...

By Gary Tanashian
8 days ago
Commented on Fed Will Cause A 2008 Redux:

I think that this tightening of 'monetary' policy is a direct reaction to anticipated 'fiscal' policy projected to come. But with the shall we say innovative moves by Yellen's predecessor, how on earth can they expect the adjustment to be symmetrical and under control?