The setting of prices depends on how the investors feel. According to Matt Badiali, purchasing and selling of futures or shares is an essential inaccurate thing. Irrespective of the demand/supply information you are using or a gut feeling, investing in stocks is a wager on what will occur in the future. That’s the reason why sentiment indicators are essential although in the extremes only. When the sentiments are too high, then it’s not a good time to make a purchase. When they go too low, that tells you that it’s a good time to invest.
For instance, in late 2008 to early 2009, the sentiment toward shares was extreme. No one wanted to invest in stocks because they were incredibly terrified. However, if you bought the S&P during that time when it was lower than 800 points, you would be enjoying 300% profits today. That’s how sentiment pointers work. They allow us to know when the fear or greed levels are very high.
At the moment, the fear level in corn is the highest, and it has been this way for four years. That shows it’s possibly a good time to speculate on maize. According to sentiment Trader.com, has been at its lowest since November 2013. When the view dropped this low during that time, the prices of corn rose by 22% in only six months.
Matt Badiali is a renowned real wealth strategist and editor. He serves as an editor for the Stansberry Resource Report, a monthly review that focuses on investing in metals, energy, and other natural resources. Matt began working with Stansberry Research in 2005, and due to his vast experience, his handiwork has taken him to Iraq, Haiti, Hong Kong, Turkey, Switzerland, Mexican desert, Papua New Guinea, and many other nations across the world.
Badiali has interviewed Chief Executive Officers of mining companies about their recent resource investments, visited many mines and oil wells across the world and analyzed all kinds of geological data. Matt has developed a vast Rolodex of the most influential persons in the industry including prominent geologists, private financiers, experts in natural resources and billionaire fund executives.
Matt Badiali also has lectured on geology at the University of North Carolina, Duke University among others. He has also presented his findings and research at big geological conferences and in corporations such as Anadarko and Exxon Mobil. Badiali enjoys every opportunity that comes his way throughout his career, and tracking down rare and profitable ventures for his clients is what he finds most rewarding.
— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) November 28, 2017