Bronson Brice is a technical/financial trader, the owner of a search engine marketing business, a free-lance writer, and a former information technology professional for a major federal agency. He is a member of the Association of Technical Market Analysts and the Atlanta Market Technicians Association (MTA), a unit of a not-for-profit professional regulatory organization servicing over 3,400 market analysis professionals in over 70 countries around the globe. The MTA's main objectives involve the education of the public, the investment community and its membership in the theory, practice and application of technical analysis.
This author has a previous background in advising small-to-large businesses in methods to improve their information efficiencies. He also had a role in advising state agencies on the methods necessary for managing their technology life-cycle strategies. Therefore, he has also paid close attention to the business-related aspects of his own home finances, considering them in the context of business cycle and trading opportunities.
In the 1980's, two things occurred to prepare him for this opportunity made available to you in this report. First, his academic background in economics acquainted him with the works of Russian economist Nikolai Kondratiev, whose long-wave theory forms the basis for major interest rate trends over decades. Second, he noticed, after the fact, that he could then have saved over $20,000 in mortgage costs by choosing an adjustable rate mortgage, rather than his fixed rate mortgage originally purchased at over 11%, the prevailing rate at that period of time. He later refinanced the original mortgage 'down' to 9%. Later, in 2002, he read an updated reference on the long-wave theory, just in time for incorporating this into his house hunt.
Therefore, you can believe it when he says that he had been looking for the current conditions to appear for over 30 years.
This is your advantage.