What lies ahead for the financial markets in the coming months given the ongoing trade war and the inverted yield curve? Will Europe and Japan’s troubles make their way to the U.S.? What would happen if the Fed were to introduce negative interest rates in the U.S. during the next recession? What are investors to do with their money in this challenging market environment, and where are the potential opportunities? In today’s article, renowned market strategist Jim Bianco provides his answers to these questions and more. For more, CLICK HERE.
Depending on how you treat the financial markets, the author of today’s article points out they will ultimately do one of two things to your financial security: If you do the right things, the financial markets will help you preserve your financial security; however, if you do the wrong things, the financial markets will transfer your capital to the people doing the right things. So what are the right things to do in the financial markets to ensure your financial security? The author outlines 13 rules of investing and capital preservation. To find out what these are, CLICK HERE.
With the frequency of terror attacks picking up in recent months – the recent attack in Brussels being just the latest highly publicized attack since November – today’s article looks at how “the impact of terror attacks on financial markets has become less dramatic and far more muted in recent years, compared with the massive sell-off following the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001….” While “Wall Street shrugged off the latest attack, with the S&P 500 down less than 0.1%” the day of, how could the attack still end up negatively impacting financial markets in the longer term? CLICK HERE to find out.