Chris Vermeulen’s Exclusive 2024 Future Predictions Stock, Gold, Bonds, and Oil Trends

Financial Survival Network, Released on 12/7/23

In this insightful interview, Kerry Lutz sits down with Chris Vermeulen, a renowned market analyst, to delve deep into the dynamics of various financial markets. They explore the current state of the stock market, gold prices, the bond market, crude oil, and trading strategies, offering valuable insights for investors and traders alike. Chris Vermeulen presents an intriguing outlook, predicting a rise in the stock market leading into the New Year, highlighting the possibility of a short squeeze, and discussing the contrasting trends in big cap and small cap investments. A significant part of the conversation is dedicated to analyzing the recent volatility in gold prices, where Vermeulen suggests the possibility of a major double top forming in the stock market. Turning their attention to currency, Vermeulen forecasts a weakening dollar, coupled with a continuous rally in stocks and a gradual uptick in gold prices. He shares his insights on the bond market and interest rates, suggesting a current downtrend and stalling rates. The discussion also covers the crude oil market, where Vermeulen sees a short-term downtrend within a broader sideways trading pattern, anticipating further declines in prices. Additionally, the interview sheds light on Chris’s work at, discussing the analytical approaches and trade signals available on the site. They touch upon a variety of asset classes, including lesser-discussed ones like uranium and Bitcoin. Kerry Lutz also shares his personal strategies in Bitcoin trading and experiences in accumulating physical silver. This conversation is a goldmine for anyone interested in understanding and navigating the complex world of financial markets.

Chris Vermeulen has been involved in the markets since 1997 and is the founder of Technical Traders Ltd. He is an internationally recognized technical analyst, trader, and is the author of the book: 7 Steps to Win With Logic.

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