For most Americans older than 40 the gold standard in electronic products for most of their life were the Japanese companies of Panasonic, Sharp, and Sony in no particular order.
They were the first with flat screen TV’s. They had the most advanced mobile phones, and were actually well ahead of Apple and other US manufactories with electronic reading products.
But that was almost 20 years ago, and since that time the markets have distorted and they have not been able to keep up with the changing technology.
Competitors didn’t necessarily reach the markets first, but they were able to improve on the product with upgraded software packages that made it easier for the customer and in the end more likely that the consumer would buy from a competitor.
Japan’s big three are going to lose over $20 billion dollars in 2012 and that is never a good year. In fact, Sharp electronics is in very bad shape financially and it is anybody’s guess whether or not they are going to be able to make it.
Even the leaders of the conglomerates admit that they made a bad decision. They tried to predict the market instead of following where it was going. It is like a trader that sets a profit goal instead of letting the market tell him what to do, and I never let my students make that mistake. You must take what the market gives and not try to make it give you something that is not available.
I teach my students how to take advantage of any market condition, and I can teach you too. The problem in the Japanese electronics industry will certainly lead to some opportunity. My method of trading is simple and takes less than thirty minutes a day to make sure that you are ready for the market to move.
I have taught scores of students how to convert opportunity into profitable trades, and AI can teach you too.
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Keep those stops tight.
Todd “Bubba” Horwitz
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