Let’s apply the Ronald Reagan administration as a frame of reference to examine and compare president-elect Trump. Doing so we can see what expectations might be for the economy going forward.
When it comes to converting currency, I try to avoid the banks at every point I can. Fortunately, in today’s world we can use peer-to-peer currency exchanges to beat the banks.
A lot of yield-based dividend stocks have sold off over the last couple of months in anticipation of a cycle of rate rises.
James Woodburn and Kris Sayce hijack the Newman show to discuss recent market news across Money Morning and The Daily Reckoning.
It’ll preserve your wealth in the coming collapse and mitigate an “ice-9” freeze of your assets. You don’t have to be helpless when the crisis arrives.
Now we have a real estate President in charge who wants to drop property taxes and lift regulations off the financial sector. This cycle is really rumbling now. There’s a boom brewing.
Yesterday, Asian markets collapsed as it became clear Trump was winning. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index fell 5.36%. The Aussie market closed down 1.93%.
Everyone has their opinion on Trump vs Clinton. But the Trump-Clinton election will have a major market impact also, which investors need to watch closely.
Lower interest rates do encourage buyers in the property market. But there’s something far more important to property prices that is commonly overlooked...
Investing in these stocks is not without risk. But in today’s strange market conditions, the biggest risk by far is failing to take any risk at all.