- Marc Faber: The 2009 Global Economy Will Be A "Total Disaster"
- US Bailout Price Tag Heading for $10+ Trillion(!)
- Yearly Oil Demand Drops for 1st Time in 25 Years
- Consumer Credit Crisis: The Next Shoe to Drop
A review of my futures trades from the previous week:
- Covered my British Pound short. British Pound futures have been trading sideways over the last few weeks. And it looks like the US dollar rally is starting to run out of steam.
My wish list...and it looks like these commodities are at least starting to form a bottom, at last:
- Natural Gas
- Crude Oil
|Current Cash Balance||$49,196.88|
|Open Trade Equity||$0.00|
|Long Option Value||$0.00|
|Short Option Value||$0.00|
|Net Liquidating Value||$49,196.88|
Cashed out: $20,000.00
Total value: $69,196.88
Weekly return: -2.7%
YTD return: -10.2%
***"Cash out" mostly means taxes, but lately I've also been using it for living expenses, and also to finance a cool new time management software startup that is starting to lift off.