When it comes to active and trusted financial analysts in today's market who deliver the correct information at the right time, there are far more pretenders than those with a proven track record. Even rarer are female analysts in this male-dominated industry, and there is one that is quickly making a name for herself, Daniela Cambone.
How the Fed Has Lost Control
We are facing unprecedented times. As we are seeing nearly in real-time, the Fed is losing control of what is called the "Fed Funds Rate" in the short-end. How? Most experts, including Cambone, point to the logical issue of the astronomically high rate the deficits in the United States are growing, and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight. This madness, including the high rate of inflation, which most experts also agree has been underreported.
Another reason is due to the foreign official sector not buying really at all on the net. Compounding the issue is the foreign private sector does not believe enough either to help even out the markets. They are buying some unhedged but not nearly enough relative to the size of the deficits we're running.
What To Do When The Markets "Get Ugly"
While it is never a good idea in attempting for you to try and guess where a particular market is going, what is important is to have a solid plan, well-thought-out, and written down so you can refer back to it, so you don't get sidetracked. You also don't want to modify your plan in your head in order to try and make up for losses, which usually results in more losses. Especially in a Bear Market. Bear Markets tend to get uglier before they get better.
Stay committed to your plan and have a solid advisory service to ensure your plan falls within the guidelines of leading experts, such as Daniela Cambone. Short-term and long-term plans are vital for your investment success.
Daniela Cambone - Precious Metals Expert - Investing in Gold
Investing in gold is something new or inexperienced investors think is "a sure thing." It isn't. Trust in precious metals exert Daniela Cambone, to understand how to correctly and successfully add gold to your investment portfolio and the indicators to look for when buying or selling.
She is The Queen of Stansberry Research.
In 2010, Daniela helped start Kitco News, a division of Kitco.com . The brand became the preeminent news source for precious metals and commodities coverage. During her tenure, Daniela covered and moderated at various investment conferences including Sohn, The Clinton Global Initiative, and BMO Capital Markets.
Daniela's news division helped drive more than 1 million unique views daily on Kitco.com, making it the most prominent gold site in the world. A trained broadcast journalist, Daniela has interviewed high-profile figures including Congressman Ron Paul, Congressman Newt Gingrich, Senator Rand Paul, Economic Advisor to President Donald Trump Stephen Moore, and investors Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Barbara Corcoran, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John, George Foreman, Jim Rogers, James Altucher, and Steve Forbes.
Daniela graduated cum laude from The University of Rome, earning her Master's degree in Communications. The start of her journalism career certainly was conventional enough, and it began in Canada. Cambone started her university studies at Marianopolis College in Quebec, then transferred to earn her Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Montreal's Concordia University. Daniela is originally from Montreal but now lives in New York City with her husband and twin boys. She is fluent in French and Italian.
The obvious answer is that she is the only female with her level of expertise, track record, and know-how.
From years in the industry and also her time as a journalist.
After 12 years at Kitco Media, including the last seven as editor-in-chief of Kitco News, Daniela Cambone left the news mega site for a new venture. When Kitco Media / Kitco News launched over a decade ago, Daniela was the first member of the news team.
Yes, she was, which gives her a unique position and understanding of the gold markets and how they fluctuate.