Bitcoin isn’t the only coin of its type. There’s a whole world of ‘cryptocurrencies’ that you can buy and hold your wealth in.
Part of this money could flow into Australian stocks. The Australian stock market currently trades on a dividend yield of 4%.
Targeting inflation expectations with tough words, negative interest rates, and more quantitative easing (QE) caused people to lose confidence in central banks, not in cash. Lack of confidence does not encourage activity. It encourages fear.
Check out the recent fruits of Japan’s monetary insanity. If their aim was to weaken the yen, it’s been a dismal failure…
US stocks aren’t trading at a record because the US economy is booming, or because it has recovered from the recession. The same goes for the Aussie market.
Before investing in long term Japanese government bonds, there are a few warning bells you should be aware of.
Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, issued a warning at the G7 meeting. The G7 is a meeting between the world’s major economies.
Financial earthquakes are just as dangerous to your wealth as physical earthquakes are to your well-being.
Bad debts suffocated the economy for years. Low interest rates — not debt write-offs — were the way to deal with it.
The bullish signals just keep coming in this mad, mad financial world. But they’re never on the front pages of the newspapers.