Asset Classes


Plural Name

A system of money in general use in a particular country.

Asset Classes



42 Macro
4X Global Research
Alpine Macro
Altana Wealth
Arbor Research & Trading, LLC
Ashika Group
Aspect Capital
Associated Foreign Exchange
BK Asset Management
Baltimore Sun
Behavioral Analysis of Markets
Bell Curve Trading
Bianco Research LLC
Cambria Investment Management
Celsius Network
Chainstone Labs
Colchester Global Investors
CrossBorder Capital
Damped Spring Advisors
EW Forecast
Electric Coin Company
Elliott Wave International
Fairlead Strategies, LLC
Financial Markets Training Ltd
Forex Analytix
GFM Asset Management
Gold Anti-Trust Committee
Goldman Sachs
Graham Capital Management
Gramercy Funds Management
HBK Capital Management
I Know First
IceCap Asset Management
Idaho Armored Vaults
Intermarket Strategy Ltd
John W Henry and Co
Kepos Capital
Lahardan Financial
Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors
Lyn Alden Investment Strategy
MKP Capital Management
McAlinden Research Partners
Medallion Fund
Merk Investments
Online Trading Academy
Paragon Global Markets
Pervalle Global
Prerequisite Capital Management
Record Currency Management
Russell Investments
Spectra Markets
StoneX Group
TG Macro
Tai Tam Capital
Templeton Growth Fund
The Arora Report
The ECU Group Plc
The Market Chartist
ThirdYear Capital
Tradeview Markets
Weldon Financial
Whitmore Capital Management
Yahoo! Finance
Zulauf Consulting

Entity Types



Bretton Woods
Dirty Float Era
Gold Reserve Act of 1934
Petrodollar System
The Mississippi Bubble
US Bull Markets


Day Trading
Global Macro Strategy
Long Position


Exchange Rates
International Finance
Investment Portfolio
Proprietary Trading
Reserve Currency
Securities Fraud
State Issued Currency
The Internet Of Value
Underlying Asset


The US Dollar will lose its role as the world's reserver currency

Adam Golden

Adam Grimes

Adam Kobeissi

Adam O'Dell

Alex Gurevich

Amelia Bourdeau

Andrew Law

Anton LeRoy

Ashok Bhatia

Ashraf Laidi

Asoka Woehrmann

Axel Merk

Benoit Bosc

Bill Strazzullo

Blake Morrow

Bob Elliott

Bob Iaccino

Bob Savage

Bob Treue

Bobby Schwartz

Boris Schlossberg

Brent Donnelly

Brent Johnson

Brian Werdesheim

Bruce Kovner

Bud King

Carley Garner

Carlos Asilis

Catherine Coley

Chase Taylor

Chris Giancarlo

Chris Weston

Christophe Ollari

Colm O'Shea

Dave Matias

David Woo

Dominic Frisby

Doug Noland

Douglas Borthwick

Ellen Safir

Eric Peters

Erik Conley

Francesca Taylor

Francis Hunt

Frank Giustra

Frank Holmes

Gareth Soloway

Geo Chen

Giovanni Pozzi

Graham Summers

Greg Diamond

Greg Weldon

Grega Horvat

Guillaume Fonkenell

Ian Bezek

Ian Sims

Jake Weber

James Aitken

James Helliwell

James Turk

Jamie Coutts

Jamshed Engineer

Jan Vlietstra

Jarrod Wilcox

Jeff Berwick

Jeffrey Hirsch

Jens Nordvig

Jeremy Schwartz

Jesse Powell

Jim Leitner

Jim Martens

Joe Perry

John Butler

John Floyd

John Kosar

John Murphy

John Nance

John Netto

Jonas Thulin

Joseph Trevisani

Julian Brigden

Kathy Lien

Keith Dicker

Kevin Smith

Konstantin Boehmer

Lars Seier Christensen

Lawrence Lewitinn

Louis Bacon

Lyn Alden

Mahmood Noorani

Maleeha Bengali

Marc Chaikin

Marc Chandler

Marc Ostwald

Marcin Liberadzki

Mark Newton

Mark Whitmore

Meb Faber

Michael Covel

Michael Kao

Michael Petley

Moe Zulfiqar

Moorad Choudhry

Murray Gunn

Neil Azous

Niels Kaastrup-Larsen

Nigam Arora

Ole Hansen

Oliver Harvey

Olivier Desbarres

Osman Ozsan

Patricia Hemsworth

Paul Johnson Jr.

Paul Jones

Paul McNamara

Petr Pinkhasov

Philippe Khuong-Huu

Raghee Horner

Ray Dalio

Ray Merriman

Rich Ross

Rob Davis

Robert Gibbins

Roger Montgomery

Rohan Grey

Said Haidar

Seth Bernstein

Simon Potter

Stephen Bigalow

Steve Hanke

Steve Miley

Steven Goldstein

Steven Mnuchin

Steven Schoenfeld

Sudhu Arumugam

Taimur Baig

Tariq Dennison

Thomas Hutson-Wiley

Todd Edgar

Tom Busby

Tom Denham

Tom Gentile

Tony Carrion

Tony Mackenzie

Trevor Neil

Udayan Mitra

Vincent Deluard

Vishal Mehta

Yoni Assia

  • The currency markets tend to note changes in the global financial system before other asset classes
    • This is because currencies are the largest, most-trade and most liquid markets
  • Currencies rarely have extreme gains or losses because they are all relative (they trade in ranges)
      • Currencies are priced against each other
      • Except for hyperinflation, they rarely go to zero
      • It is also rare for them to make huge gains
    • Countries can attempt to maniuplate their currencies for gain:
      • Lower currency values can help increase exports (they are cheaper) and decrease imports
      • Lower currency values can help generate inflation 
      • VS. strong currencies which help drive deflation (imports cheapen)
      • The political party in power may want a cheaper currency in order to boost the economy (and their prospects of staying in office)