Hans Parisis

Jan 27, 2015
As always, hope for the best, but be prepared for the worst. If I’d be invested in dollars, I’d stay in dollars, but as liquid as possible. That by itself could become extremely important when the next financial storm breaks loose, which is of course not for sure.

Jan 23, 2015
I don’t expect QE in the Eurozone to have the same impact as the U.S. QE programs caused worldwide, as euro’s share in the global financial system (reserves) is these days at 22.6 percent compared to 62.3 percent the dollar represents of the global reserves

Jan 20, 2015
As a long-term investor, I wouldn't underestimate where gold could go from here. If history can teach us something, the general uptrend in gold that started in 2001, it was precisely in March of that year when the Bank of Japan started its QE program.

Jan 16, 2015
Yes, the abnormal times we are in now, are bound to end badly, I have no doubt about that, but that’s strictly my personal opinion and I really hope I’m wrong.

Jan 13, 2015
Never forget, long-term investments that are acquired below “fair” price value are usually real good investments.

Jan 9, 2015
The real earnings data that will be released January 16 by the U.S. Bureau for Labor Statistics will be the real thing to watch for, certainly in the context on when the Federal Reserve will finally start raising rates.

Jan 6, 2015
The first full trading day of the new year started with a bang, with many markets in the red all over the globe.

Jan 2, 2015
Don’t think the U.S. is on its way to becoming the growth engine of the world.

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