The Fed Keeps Propping Up the Market—Here’s Why
Central banks are injecting trillions into the markets to artificially prop them up, which has led to the longest bull market in history. Why does the Federal Reserve and other central bank do so, asks Fred Abadi, when we are being told that the financial systems have been rebuilt?
Jul 05, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
When the Economy Goes Down, Gold Goes Up
Owning gold is your best hedge against financial crises and recessions, but just like you need to get an insurance policy before the accident occurs, you need to add gold to your portfolio before the next recession hits us. Read this article to learn why gold is the best form of financial insurance for your wealth and why you should look into diversifying your portfolio with gold now.
Jul 02, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
What You Should Do About the Fed’s Bubble
Instead of ensuring our economy doesn’t overheat, the Fed is now nurturing the stock market bubble of all times. When that bubble bursts, the crash is going to be dramatic. In this article, Fred Abadi explains why he is excited for the opportunities this bubble burst can bring.
Jun 26, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
Recession Alert: Winter Is Coming
One chart that’ll show you we are really close to a historic recession—worse than the Great Recession. Have the Fed and Wall Street ever told you it’s time to diversify out of the markets? Read about it here.
Jun 18, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
The 2 Reasons for Gold to Skyrocket
We might see negative interest rates in the near future, which will push gold prices upwards. At the same time, gold supply will be insufficient to meet the demand, further boosting gold prices. Sophisticated investors such as central banks are seeing this and are buying up gold. In this article, Kevin Troy explains why this is happening to gold and why you should add gold to your portfolio too
Jun 14, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
Why the Answer to These Questions Should Worry You
We are standing at the tail end of the longest bull market run in history, and the financial industry is telling us the future is going to be more of the same. But there are signs we might be heading down a different path. Here are a few simple questions that may have you concerned about the near future for our markets and economy.
Jun 07, 2019 | Kevin Troy |