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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.
It’s Time For A Global Perspective
The federal reserve is raising interest rates and unloading trillions in their US debt holdings. Countries that normally buy our bonds are slowing down their purchases or reducing their holdings.
Are Precious Metals About To Shine Again?
There’s been a tremendous amount of evidence presented over the years alleging that the gold and silver markets were being manipulated.
Are Your Fingernails Blue?
For almost a decade we’ve anticipated the Minsky Moment, yet somehow the Federal Reserve has managed to magically levitate the markets.
Annuities – Risk And Reward
Retirees could supplement their pensions or social security by investing a small portion in the market to offset inflation, and the major portion in safe bonds or FDIC insured certificates of deposit paying good interest rates.
Understanding Debt
Borrowing money to buy assets you feel will appreciate over time makes sense – if you understand the risk and know what you are doing.
Should You Pay Off The Mortgage?
Mortgage payments get easier with time. That is true unless you are getting close to retirement and realize you need to accelerate your retirement savings.
One Of The Biggest Challenges Facing Today’s Investors
Where can an individual investor become educated – with all the facts, pro’s and con’s; without feeling pressured to buy some type investment products?
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