The SP500 returned 19% in 2017, -6% in 2018, and 29% in 2019. Technically, stocks are likely to continue to rise another 6% to 3,420, which is the symmetrical opposite to the Dec 2018 low. If this high is reached, the risk of a correction is stronges...

Markets are unscathed by geopolitical volatility, more so than usual, as independence protests rock Hong Kong, Lebanon, Spain, and Britain. This illustrates the enormous discontinuity the market has against geopolitics and is a reminder that monetary...

If you want to cook up a bull market, you only need a few ingredients. Surprisingly, inflation and global growth are not required to get a rise out of this loaf. Instead, all you need is an accommodating Central Bank to circulate a record amount of c...

With equities being flat for the year, (S&P 500 has a 1.78% gain year to date) you may be wondering where the recent volatility is coming from. Unless you are an aggressive investor who only owns stocks, you likely also own bonds and depending what k...

Economies with massive amounts of debt are highly subject to deflationary pressures. The United States is approaching $20 trillion in debt and with the new White House spending bill, add an additional $4.4 trillion.

Then it’s no surprise that market...

If you're a student of financial planning you'll know that saving for the future is an important thing to do. It's not every day that someone comes and tells you that you're saving too much. Well, let me be the first to tell you. You may be saving to...

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