Stock Markets, 2008-2009, Investment Markets
Low Inflation is No “Mystery”. By claiming that low inflation is a “mystery” the Fed is admitting it doesn’t understand the mechanics of QE. Yet, it is perfectly willing to allow people to think QE is what saved the economy. This is teaching an entire generation of young people, who in many cases don’t study economic history, that growth requires government intervention.
How to Save Money After Retirement. Reducing your monthly costs will make your retirement savings last longer.
Is Gold A-Glitter Again? After consolidating for much of the year, Gold has recently broken out of a trading range to the upside, back to levels not seen since the summer of 2016.
Cameron Huddleston featured comments by Charles C. Scott, founder of Pelleton Capital Management in her recent article for GoBankingRates.com. Scott addresses how will you fill your days in retirement?
Will the Machines Really Take Over? Within 10 to 20 years…which jobs are most likely to be taken over by robots?
10 Financial Advisors Share the Craziest Ways Clients Have Invested Their Money. Yes, wiring money to an internet boyfriend and having your money end up in Nigeria really happened. Check out the other “craziest ways”.
It’s Only One Man’s Opinion. Legendary stock market technician Tom McClellan released a note this week on the subject of the historical relationship between the stock price of General Electric and the U.S. equity markets as a whole, and the news wasn’t good.