If the Federal Interest Expense Does Not Alarm You… What Will?
A significant amount of recent data is very alarming. Investors have been lulled into a false sense of security by surging stock prices, which have been driven entirely by the massive monetary experiment the Fed introduced after the Great Recession. If the data in this article does not make you want to be proactive in protecting what you cannot afford to lose, what will?
Mar 07, 2019 | ZeroHedge |
Central Banks Are Propping Up the Stock Market—for Now
2018 generated significant losses for the financial markets, so central bankers made the largest injection of global liquidity in years from December 26 to February 15, which pushed global stock markets back higher. Analyst Steve St. Angelo explains this phenomenon, showing clearly that your wealth is dependent on you exiting by diversifying your portfolio a few minutes earlier than the upcoming crash rather than being a few seconds late.
Mar 05, 2019 | Steve St. Angelo |
Get Ready for the Next Stock Market Crash
With tensions between India and Pakistan heating up and the global economy slowing down, Octavio “Tavi” Costa, Crescat Capital global macro analyst, sees a recession coming and thinks investors are blind to the fact the bear market for stocks has already started. He estimates the next stock market crash to be as abrupt as and harsher than the previous one and says it will occur between now and April.
Mar 02, 2019 | Barbara Kollmeyer |
Don’t Let Complacency Risk Your Financial Future
We are living in a world now where bad news is good news, and good news is good news. Complacency is rampant right now into this stock market rally, but the charts and patterns suggest a larger volatility spike is yet to come in the weeks ahead. You have a small window of time to protect what you cannot afford to lose.
Feb 23, 2019 | Sven Henrich |
Recession Risk Is Higher Than You Think
Most investors prefer not to think about a recession. Others feel that the Fed has proven now that it can delay it indefinitely using monetary policy, and that if recession will occur, the correction may not be harsh. In this article, analyst Lance Roberts shows not only that a recession is inevitable but also that historically recessions and corrections after long bull markets were extremely harsh.
Feb 18, 2019 | Lance Roberts |
Buy the Rumor, Sell the Fact
If you think that a US–China trade deal will bring back the bull stock market run, think again. According to one fund manager, that’s when the sell-off will really start.
Feb 14, 2019 | Mark DeCambre |