The Answers to These Questions Should Worry You—Here’s Why
We are witnessing the longest bull market run in history, and financial advisors and financial TV pundits are telling us markets will continue to rise. But there are signs the horizon is darkening. In this article, we’ll ask a few simple questions that may have you concerned about the near future for our economy and the markets.
Jan 15, 2020 | Kevin Troy |
What Does the SECURE Act Mean for Your RMDs?
The SECURE Act just took effect, which raises several questions about when do retirees and soon-to-be-retirees that have pre-taxed retirement accounts like traditional IRAs and 401(k)s take their required minimal distributions (RMDs). In this article, we’ll explain how the new law affects when you are required to start taking your RMDs.
Jan 11, 2020 | Kevin Troy |
Gold Price Skyrocketing
Gold is skyrocketing and has now reached $1,600, its highest price in almost seven years. In this article, we’ll explain what fuels the precious metal’s surge and why it may continue to rise.
Jan 08, 2020 | Fred Abadi |
Where Will Your Portfolio Be When the Interest Bull Run Ends?
The longest bull run in interest rates is bound to end soon, which will pop the bond and stock market bubbles. In this article, we’ll explain what this could mean for your portfolio and how you can best diversify it to protect against the next financial crisis.
Jan 04, 2020 | Kevin Troy |
Gold and Silver to Outperform Stocks and Bonds
“Buy low, sell high” is perhaps the most important rule of thumb when investing. When you follow the market cycles, a “buy low, sell high” strategy will always beat a “buy and hold indefinitely” strategy. For commodities, including gold, a good time to buy when the price is low is today.
Dec 28, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
Chinese Bank Collapse
Over the last few months, Chinese banks have been collapsing, and they are being nationalized, without our media reporting it or giving it the attention it deserves. In 2007, a single British bank collapsed, and today it is credited to have started the domino effect of banks collapsing that led to the Great Recession. Learn about the Chinese bank collapse in this article.
Dec 17, 2019 | Kevin Troy |