As liquidity dries up in the global financial system, investors need a wake-up call.
I have been running Stock Traders Daily, a proactive financial newsletter offering trading strategies, since the internet bubble in 1999, and I communicate with investors regularly. I’m hearing that investors do not respect the changes in liquidity that are coming.
The U.S.’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is taking steps to remove a massive amount of liquidity from the financial system for the first time in years. The European Central Bank (ECB) may announce similar moves next month.