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Surprise! Surprise! American Car Payment Delinquencies Set Record
Former Fed Chairs, Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke took great credit for steering the world recovery from the great recession. When something good happens, it’s a result of their masterful strategic planning.
Don’t Get Caught In The Fed Trap Again
Since the 2016 election, the Fed raised rates 8 times. In January 2019 they held rates, but continue to sell off mortgages and treasuries. It appears the Fed is starting a U-Turn and we could soon see more QE.
Will Gold Shine In 2019?
The Chinese view gold in the context of its role throughout history. Gold isn’t a vehicle for trading in and out of or even an investment. It is the most secure asset they can hold to safeguard their country’s future monetary and financial standing.
Is Your Money Manager Really Listening?
Most money managers have a genuine concern for their clients however, they can make mistakes. One of the worst mistakes is not listening and understanding the needs those nearing retirement.
Looking For Solid Dividend Payers? What Should We Expect In 2019?
When the Fed bailed out the banks at the expense of seniors and savers, interest rates tanked while investors sought out solid dividend-paying stocks.
What Should Investors Expect In 2019
With our current political climate, the EU punishing Britain for Brexit, tariffs, trade wars, the Fed raising rates, record government deficits and whatever hysteria the media can create – the crystal ball is full of clutter.
When The Music Stops, Who Gets Stuck With The Bad Loans?
Our current economic growth has been built on a mountain of debt. It is unsustainable.
Do Investors Need Stop Losses?
The market is bouncing up and down like Marqeus Haynes dribbled a basketball. Are stop losses necessary?
Is The Fed Engineering A Market Crash?
If rates stay low for too long, stimulating the economy, they run the risk of high inflation and financial instability.
Should We Worry About Government Deficit?
If our elected leaders are not concerned about the government deficit, should the citizens be worried?
Should Investors Have Money Offshore?
Why do I have an offshore account? Ten years after the massive bank bailouts, let’s take a closer look at who was really saved.
Investors Beware Of Central Bank Deception
Central Bankers write with tea leaves, hints, and vague wording. Unfortunately, investors put way too much faith in their often-deceptive remarks. This can have a major impact on financial markets.
It’s Time To Fess Up!
Gold is a safe-haven asset. It rises when people see rising risk (economic, political, or even on the personal safety risk). But the gold price is also seen as an indicator.
Will Someone Please Tell The Truth?
You can work your tail off, live below your means, save like a miser, invest like the experts, build a great retirement nest egg – and still end up with virtually nothing.
Does Government Debt Really Matter?
The numbers on the US Debt Clock are spinning at a dazzling pace. US government debt is now over $21 trillion, $174 thousand per taxpayer. Add another $3 trillion for debts of state and local government on the stack.
How To Use Foreign Currency To Combat Inflation
Some pundits believe that having money in several countries is the ultimate diversification – out of reach of the US government.
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