Nikolai Kuznetsov is an award-winning financial analyst and professional trader. Based in Israel, he has been trading multiple markets and educating traders since 2005 as a teacher and a mentor. Kuznetsov has extensive experience in stock market analysis, investment research and various assets such as FX, commodities, equities and bonds. He is an expert when it comes to technical and statistical analysis of currencies, stocks, ETFs and emerging markets.
When he is not getting his daily dose of analytic chart research he enjoys a game of chess or a good workout at the gym; he is also a black belt Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. You can follow him on Twitter @NikolaiKuznets.
Recent Articles By The Author
Proposal to Re-Write the Tax Code Looks Like a Curse in Disguise
On the surface, the initiative to lower rates for both corporations and individuals would benefit the economy. But the devil is in the details.
From the Absurd to the Ridiculous: When Fundamentals Don't Matter
If and when market participants realize that some stocks could be overvalued or undervalued, those stocks could fall or rise, respectively.
Here Is Why Corporations Are Moving Toward Blockchain Technology
The fintech industry is booming, and this will be one of the main drivers.
Here's Why a Trump Administration Should Boost the Biotech Sector
Biotechnology stocks are down this year, but the new political reality has made investors more confident.
How the Next FOMC Meeting May Affect the Foreign-Exchange Market
The Federal Reserve is looking to raise interest rates soon. What does that mean for currencies?
Here's Why More Banks Are Expected to Team With Fintech Companies
As the competition gets fiercer, financial services players are betting on financial technology firms to give them an edge.
It Isn't Likely That the FOMC Will Raise Rates 'Relatively Soon'
The Federal Open Market Committee has been all bark and no bite this entire year, so a tightening of monetary policy probably isn't in the cards right away.
Why More Debt Is the Only Remaining Solution to Fix the Eurozone
Forget austerity. For Europe, the best bet for recovery is take on more debt.
The Bears Have It Wrong: Wall Street Is Shifting Into Growth Mode
The technology, financials and consumer discretionary sectors have rallied since June lows as optimism returns.
New Cold War With China, Russia Could Boost the Defense Industry
Tensions between the world's superpowers are escalating, which may benefit this sector. What are the best bets for investors?