They Will Need Your Assets
Our government and central bank are pumping trillions into the economy to keep it afloat during the pandemic. With debt already at historic heights and piling on with no end in sight, they will soon look for other sources for capital: Your bank accounts, your income, and your assets. Read this article to learn how you can prepare yourself and protect your assets.
May 30, 2020 | Joseph Sherman |
This Time IS Different
We’re in unprecedented times, and the road to recovery is unclear. To help you assess whether you need to rethink your portfolio, this article looks at the opinions of several players on the financial markets, including our Federal Reserve and financial heavy-weights, giving you an overview of what the Smart Money is thinking these days.
May 16, 2020 | Joseph Sherman |
When Your Retirement Portfolio Meets a Crisis
A portfolio focused on a single sector or on a single asset class stands no chance when a crisis hits. Even a portfolio focused on financial assets like stocks and bonds is bound to fail. The key to a successful portfolio that can be immune to financial crises lies in True Diversification, which can only be done with assets that typically go up during market crashes. We’ll show you how.
May 02, 2020 | Joseph Sherman |
Why Silver Is a Historic Opportunity
The stock markets are down, and the Federal Reserve is printing billions of dollars, which means our dollar is losing its purchasing power. In times like these, you should diversify with safe-haven assets. Silver is one of them, and right now it’s dirt-cheap. In this article, we’ll explain why.
Apr 25, 2020 | Joseph Sherman |
2 Charts: The Gold Supercycle Bull Market Is Just Starting
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, stocks are down, and gold is up. But when we compare the ratio between stocks and commodities and look at other eras where the stock market entered a bear market, it’s obvious that a bull market supercycle for gold is just beginning.
Apr 10, 2020 | Joseph Sherman |
Is Hope Your Investment Strategy?
COVID-19 unleashed an extreme financial situation endangering your investments and your plans for retirement. Many investors will wait and hope for things to come back around or for help to arrive that will return things to normal, but you can’t go back in time. Still, you’re one of the lucky ones: you have logical options. And if you’re able to take action, you can reap financial rewards that will get you to a better place than you were before.
Apr 04, 2020 | Joseph Sherman |