Cameron Long

  • @JonSmith531 says:


  • @ace9840 says:

    Not a surprise because it not only wasn’t fixed but made exponentially worse since 2008.

  • @MK-ft3qt says:

    Derivatives on crack.

  • @misternobody9801 says:

    I like your teaching style. I’ve learned more from watching a dozen of your videos than any where else in my lifetime.

    • @tonyh1345 says:

      I have a finance degree and I can say for sure that George is a much better teacher with a better grip on reality than pretty much all of my economics professors in college.

    • @ninjacow147 says:

      @@tonyh1345 Dude, I could not agree more with you. George’s teaching style is way more digestible!

    • @BarryKing-mc7vq says:

      I am in the finance game… And I love to see some color for your graphics and meme… that the reason I only watch the maverick of Wall Street

    • @prashanthcherukuri6683 says:

      Really ? Not educated much huh ?

    • @felipeford1836 says:

      @@prashanthcherukuri6683 Educated doesn’t mean you’re not an idiot! I served in the Army with plenty of “educated” officers who would get you lost faster than a blind man. Your attempt at an insult is weak and pathetic, probably like you in RL!

  • @MezcalRainDance says:

    In my opinion, the market is only being held on its feet from the lack of change in monetary policy from the Federal Reserve. The end of 2022 was clear evidence that data did not matter, even when a legit recession was put off because of a small/irrelevant piece of data. Since the FED started raising rates in 2022, the market has become comfortable in the idea that the lack of change in monetary policy is good because of its stability. This is why there hasn’t been a real pullback in the markets since they paused rates late last year. The cracks have been showing for more economic distress and despite higher rates for longer, the pause from the FED has given the market the stability it needed. So, this leads to the conclusion that the market will most likely react negatively when the FED changes their monetary policy, because it means that the stability will be over. This is why Powell has been keeping rates paused…only delaying the innevitable….and the reason why any change in policy will be a wake up call for the market, is because it will be a signal to the market that data does matter now.

  • @gastUCR says:

    Nothing to see here. Look. GameStop is up.

    • @gentronseven says:

      I think gamestop and amc going up correlates with market tops lol

    • @Dpaq13 says:

      The real store of value

    • @ashamahee says:

      How many other stocks do you see former sec chairs say that the government should intervene in and stop from rising??? Why is it a problem with gamestop but no one batted an eye when nvidia exploded upwards? Could it be that those greedy suckers never covered their shorts and are now an actual systemic risk?

    • @Daniel-zr4pk says:

      Intel is next

  • @mannydavidcastillo1109 says:

    Powell and Yellen are committed to print to infinity and beyond

  • @ReconPro says:

    It’s stiff drinking time since we’re in the no bueno zone! 😢❤

  • @mrlion2022 says:

    It’s ok. All mainstream media says everything is OK 😂😂😂

    • @lilblackduc7312 says:

      Every time someone makes a comment like yours, I remember the News Anchors in the Batman movie who were terrified of putting on makeup.

    • @mrlion2022 says:

      @@lilblackduc7312 🤣😂

    • @Litterbaux says:

      The media can gaslight us all they want but most of us that are watching this video know better. 2008 didn’t really affect me, this time, almost everyone can feel the pinch. Everything is more expensive, a lot of people can’t even afford to go out to eat fast food right now. Credit card debt and interest rates at all time highs, once those cards run out of available credit, all hell is going to break loose. The entire system is going to take a major hit. I don’t think we can print our way out of this and even if we do, inflation will skyrocket out of control.

    • @advex4428 says:

      I think you are trying to spread dangerous, unfactchecked misinformation 😅

    • @user-yn7no7bn1v says:

      This guy been calling doomsday since 2022. Trash channel with bot comments and bot likes.

  • @jijiipetti1433 says:

    Absolutely timely here G! Appreciate it!

  • @nykrindfw1743 says:

    I’m using your laugh as a ring tone for my cell phone.

  • @ramjamflimflam says:

    This can only end in hyperinflation of the USD.


    Financial weapons of mass destruction — Wow that crazy👀

  • @JekylIsland says:

    Thanks George for educating ordinary Joes like me. I remember hearing in 2008 that there was a ticking time bomb called derivatives that will wreak havoc on our financial markets and the system itself. It appears that the time of reckoning is quickly approaching. I appreciate you…RESPECT, brother!

  • @Scuba-D says:

    Once upon a time, not long ago.
    When people wore pajamas, and lived life slow.
    When laws were stern and justice stood, and people were behavin, like they are too good.
    There lived a little boy who was misled.
    By another little boy and this is what he said.

    “You & me son were gonna makes some cash. Robbin’ old folks and makin a dash”😎

    ~Slick Rick “Tha Ruler”~
    ~Circa 1989~

  • @oodo2908 says:

    Slick Rick has a pirate eye patch, actually, haha! I haven’t remembered that guy in more than 20 years. “Once upon a time not long ago, when people wore pajamas and life was slow, when laws were stern and justice stood, and people were behaving like they ought to, good.”

  • @LawrenceQuesada says:

    At one point about a month ago, many YouTubers essentially said ‘ignore TA, the FA here is too strong’. What just played out was forecast by sharp TA. Moral: include savvy awareness of both, if you’re trading. If your Goal time horizon is years, then FA alone is enough. Much appreciation for the channel and your work…managed to grow a nest egg of around 110k to a decent 532k in the space of a few months… I’m especially grateful to Whitney Eston, whose deep expertise and traditional trading acumen have been invaluable in this challenging, ever-evolving financial landscape.

  • @HarrietDickson-ub7qv says:

    From $7K to $45K that’s the minimum range of profit return every week I thinks it’s not a bad one for me, now I have enough to pay bills and take care of my family.

    • @peter99339 says:

      I agree just reached my goal of $500k monthly trade earnings. Setting realistic goals is an essential part of trading

    • @miguelfrederick4758 says:

      Please educate me, i’m willing to make consultations to improve my situation,

    • @HarrietDickson-ub7qv says:

      Celi a dullpher. understanding of mark et indicators is impressive. She knows exactly when to enter and exit trade s for maximum profit. her siignals are top notc h

    • @wisdomogbonna2754 says:

      She’s recognized as ‘Mrs dullpher. One of the finest portfolio managers in the field. She’s widely recognized; you should take a look at her work.

    • @mbase2028 says:

      Don’t be confuse buying the dip in a bear market, with guaranteed future returns. Just because that company is down 60%+ from ATH does NOT make it a sound long-term investment. Make sure you’re investing in great companies. kudos to Celia dullpher

  • @thatwheel says:

    It’s been dumping and pumping in this range for ages! It’s technically just going sideways, sideways means generally stagnant. More emphasis should be put into day trading, as it less affected by the unpredictable nature of the market. Trading has been going smooth for me as I managed to grow a nest egg of around 100k to a decent 732k in the space of a few months… I’m especially grateful to Linda Wilburn, whose deep expertise and traditional trading acumen have been invaluable in this challenging, ever-evolving financial landscape.

    • @ElenaCanizales87 says:

      I appreciate the professionalism and dedication of the team behind Linda’s trade signal service.

    • @joelparkin says:

      Trading with an expert is the best strategy for beginners and busy investor s who have little or no time to monitor their trades.

    • @SimonPeterDomingo says:

      The key to financial stability is having the right investment suggestions for a diverse portfolio. Many investment failures and losses happen when you invest without proper guidance.

    • @redeyesband says:

      It was quite challenging to understand the different trends on my own until i found out about Wilburn. Trading made easy.

    • @FabianCardinal says:

      What I appreciate about Linda Wilburn. is her ability to tailor strategies to individual needs. She recognizes that each investor has unique goals and risk tolerances, and she adapts her advice accordingly………..

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