We want to wish everyone a happy new year!
We look forward to celebrating the end of one year as we enter another. We hope you have a good evening tonight and a great new year's day tomorrow. New Year's eve always seem to be a time of reflection, we review the past year and the events that unfolded in our lives. At the same time, we get excited about the coming year and all its potential. Thus we make resolutions for the coming year and the changes we would like to see in our lives.
All of us at the Golden Trader are very excited going into 2012. We thought 2011 was an interesting year, as we spend a few minutes reflecting on the events that unfolded. With Arab Spring, Occupy This, Euro Bailouts and endless printing of money, 2011 was one definitely for the record books in terms of public outcry and financial volatility. Makes you wonder what 2012 is going to bring, most likely more of the same but possibly on steroids. 2012 has the potential to make 2011 look like a walk in the park, with political elections in the US, Euro debt still to be resolved, continuous bail outs for bankers and escalation of the middle east crisis. These are just a few at top of the list, and the list is endless. It sure does make for interesting times as there will be no shortage of news, that’s for sure. With this volatility, it brings uncertainty, which can lead to opportunity. As investors and traders, we have to be vigilant and aware, ready to take advantage of the opportunities the market presents us, and there will be lots of opportunities in the year ahead.
Which takes me back to making resolutions, the only resolution we want to make at the Golden Trader is to stick to our philosophy and make sure we KISS a lot: Keep Investments Simple and Safe. By Monday, we will be providing subscribers with the weekly review, a look at the HUI index, an update of our portfolio and a junior gold company that will add to our portfolio and trading positions.
Just a quick reminder that the Stock Markets will be closed on Monday.
Enjoy the evening as we enter the New Year.