Here’s the Best Way to Measure the Stock Market
As an investor, you should determine whether the stock market is over- or undervalued before you decide how much of your portfolio should be in stocks. Afterall, your future earnings depend on the market’s performance. Learn about the most widely accepted metric used by Wall Street and what it says about today’s market.
Nov 15, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
How Your 401(k) and IRA Are Taxed When You Retire
Taxation is an important part in the decision-making process when choosing a pension plan, yet it’s one that causes a lot of headaches. Should you defer taxes to your retirement years, or should you pay them as you make your contributions? This easy-to-read article explains the ins and outs of taxation for 401(k)s and IRAs, including what to consider when you roll over your retirement savings into another plan.
Nov 13, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
Which Will Double First—the Dow or Gold?
The S&P 500, the Dow Jones, and gold have all seen significant growth. But, if you compare the growth estimates of each asset, one stands out, clearly exceeding the others. Read this article to learn which asset would double in value first, based on current market trends.
Nov 09, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
What Makes Gold the Perfect Form of Money?
For over five millenia, gold has been recognized as practical and stable currency throughout the world. But how did the precious metal achieve this status, and why has it remained the most desirable currency for thousands of years?
Nov 06, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
Gold According to the Bible
Even for non-believers in the divinity of the Bible, it represents the wisdom of the old, tried, and true. Well, the Bible mentions gold hundreds of times and often refers to it as money. Importantly, it also talks about the purchasing power of the precious metal. And history is backing that up—for over 5,000 years, gold has maintained its purchasing power, unlike other assets and currencies.
Oct 30, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
Why the Growing Housing Bubble Is Worse Than in 2008
As a consequence of the Great Recession, our government took control of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, who guarantee 50% of US mortgages. Now, lawmakers are loosening their grip, endangering the housing market once again. Learn what this means for homeowners and why you should protect your savings.
Oct 18, 2019 | Fred Abadi |