Which Safe-Haven Assets Will Dominate in 2019?
In his latest article, Kevin Troy explains why there is no normal credit cycle anymore and what this means for the Federal Reserve’s ability to help us out of the next recession. We’re at a breaking point where the Fed may not be able to keep the current dollar system together. Either way, the future is looking promising for gold.
Jan 19, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
Here’s Where the Next Crisis Starts
Noted financial analyst James Rickards, who predicted the 2008 crash, breaks down the reasons for the next financial crisis, and what you should do to protect yourself.
Jan 14, 2019 | James Rickards |
Russia De-Dollarizes Deeper: Shifts $100 Billion to Yuan, Yen and Euro
Russia is continuing to ramp up its efforts to move away from the American dollar. The country just shifted $100 billion of its reserves to the yuan, the yen, and the euro in their ongoing effort to ditch the dollar.
Jan 12, 2019 | Mac Slavo |
Precious Metals 2019: Momentum Is Building
2018 started out great for the stock markets, but it would become the worst year since the Great Depression for the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones. Meanwhile, precious metals such as gold and silver have surged, proving once again their popularity as a safe-haven asset during market volatility.
Jan 09, 2019 | Peter Christensen |
2019 MARKET MELTDOWN: The Unemployment Rate Indicator
A low unemployment rate is often used as an indicator for a healthy economy. However, the truth is that low unemployment signals a crisis or recession, like we saw with the Tech Bubble and The Great Recession. Today’s unemployment is at a five-decade low, and we’re on track to another recession, which could start in 2019. Read our latest article to learn why anyone with stocks in their portfolio should be careful.
Jan 05, 2019 | Peter Christensen |
Why Pensions May Implode in the Next Recession
Pensions are considered to be the safest income source for retirees. But worldwide, pensions are underfunded by $70 trillion, and US pensions pools alone are underfunded by a stunning $7 trillion. On top of that, Social Security is lacking almost $50 trillion. In an attempt to break even so that they can pay out the pensions they promised you, the funds are taking on high-risk investments and venturing into opportunistic real estate development. Read our latest article to learn how they are betting your money in an unstable market.
Jan 02, 2019 | Fred Abadi |