Investing in the stock market today with 100% downside protection sounds too good to be true.
That's because for every positive headline you read there are 4 negative ones signaling a strong pull back in the weeks and months ahead.
And the recovery, post coronavirus lockdown is expected to be slow.
But investors in the latest “risk-free” structured product need not worry what happe... ››› more
In October 2019 the US Federal Reserve Bank announced that instead of shrinking its balance sheet by $50 billion a month it is now PRINTING $60 billion worth of money extra per month!
That's right… The bank was in the process of unwinding the nearly $4 trillion worth of money it printed to get the US economy going following the 2008 financial crisis.
Now it is printing more money each mo... ››› more
A recovery in the US economy means US consumers will spend much more than they have in the past couple of years.
You see, the US is the world's biggest economy by a long margin. And the more money US consumers spend, the more demand they create for goods and services from all around the world.
And right now, world markets are in an economic sweet spot.
The US Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) wo... ››› more
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