A Solid Medical Name

If there is one constant in politics and money, it is that the powers that be will do anything and everything to keep the balls in the air. It is always the same. When the U.S. economy was melting down, there was the Henry Paulson-engineered $750 billion bailout that was rammed through Congress when fear was at its height. That was when banks were collapsing. Now we're seeing nations collapse and Europe is ramming through more bailouts. It never changes. Do you ever get the feeling we are on a treadmill just running in place? The scenery looks pretty much the same three years later, doesn't it?

Of course we could just be mesmerized by all the high level volatility and high-risk politics playing out, and we could actually be frozen in place, unable to make a trade. I choose to keep trading, and the only way to do that is to always define my risk for each trade and to make the most out of what I find in front of me....431 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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