May 01, 2012 at 11:13 AM EDT
InTheMoneyStocks.com Weighs In On Gold, Oil, & Facebook IPO
In this tough economic market, investing your money wisely has not only become more important, but also more difficult in order to secure a safe financial future. With an unstable stock market and a presidential election in full swing, making decisions on when to buy and sell stocks has become more crucial than ever. Due to the ever growing need to have accurate stock market calls, the stock trading educational website, InTheMoneyStocks.com, has seen an increase in demand for their subscription services.
"What if you had an expert advising you when to buy in the market and ultimately when to exit at the highs?" asks Gareth Soloway, President & CFO of InTheMoneyStocks.com. "This is valuable information given to those who join our Research Center and learn our proprietary methodology."
With all the buzz around Facebook IPO, InTheMoneyStocks.com gives their predictions: A majority of Facebook IPO shares will be owned by institutions when it goes public and will sell into the retail investor. The retail investors, which will be eager to own a piece of Facebook, will overpay for the shares. Soloway predicts, "To no surprise, Facebook IPO will debut with monster fanfare. However, the newly issued stock will peak at a top within the first months of trading and drop 20% on valuation and over-hyped price appreciation within the first year."
Soloway warns investors to have care in chasing hyped stocks, like Facebook IPO. "What goes up must come down," says Soloway. "No matter the bubble created, it always will burst."
In addition to the Facebook IPO, InTheMoneyStocks.com is also weighing in on predictions for gold and oil. As for gold, a decline below $1500 per ounce should be expected by the 3rd quarter of 2012. "This will essentially set up one of the best long term buying opportunities in any asset for the next 3 years," Soloway says. And with a prediction of a slowing economy coupled with a lack of military action against Iran due to the coming election, InTheMOneyStocks foresees that oil could pull back to $90 a barrel during the 3rd quarter this year as well.
The current state of the economy has made predicting the stock market more challenging than ever. However, in the midst of a volatile market, InTheMoneyStock's proprietary methodology remains consistent and continues to have a successful rate of predicting major market calls, both up and down. Members of their Research Center and Intra Day Stock Chat gain access to these predictions with hot stock tips, daily market analysis videos, daily market reports, and live broadcasts. These educational tools help even beginner stock traders learn to master the markets.
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