Beware: Another paradigm shift is underway on Wall Street. And like the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, Main Street will get screwed.
The euro has been called an unmitigated disaster … a currency without a country. But you’re not getting the full story, and it’s that story that means the euro is safe, for a while at least.
The U.S. economy is being steered by black swan president and economists with isolationist views. It’s an environment that breeds inflation and screams: “Buy gold!”
Once “too big to fail” banks have grown so large that it raises a troubling question: Are they now effectively too big to save in the next financial crisis?
Comfortable living in a beautiful part of the world. Quiet and peaceful. Golf weather year-round. But that’s not the big reason why you should consider owning real estate in northern Argentina.
American mood toward Russia has morphed — or, at least, the Republican view has morphed. And that’s where we have an opportunity as investors. Welcome to the Year of Russia.
So many promises and threats are waiting to either unfold or fizzle. Which Donald Trump will show up to his first day on the job? Wall Street’s directional future depends on that answer.
There is a very good reason why the Yellen shouldn’t hike rates, assuming the Fed is paying attention. And if it isn’t … well, brace yourselves now for a globalized financial disaster.
Stock prices are at levels rarely seen in history. The bottom line: We are in a bubble. A massive paper bubble, and it’s time to diversify your assets.