I’ve been extremely lucky to go on this mission. My aim: to gather as much information from some of the best minds in finance today.
We didn’t design atoms…nor do we control evolution…or even our own thoughts.Thinking merely justifies and rationalises our prejudices and instincts.
Here’s the idea I’d like to discuss today — does the world need a unified economic order? Or, in other words, is globalism a good thing?
The Fed is looking at one more interest rate hike this year and three in 2019…or so they said. But investors aren’t buying it.
Here at Money Morning New Zealand, we feel that the responsible message is caution. Be cautious with your funds. Don’t overexpose yourself…because things could get hairy in a blink of the eye.
Unemployment is low in many parts of the developed world. Perhaps as low as it will go this cycle. The next thing on the economic agenda is wage growth.
Like that one uncle whose hip starts to hurt when it’s about to rain, folks are starting to feel that something ain’t right. We believe that uneasiness is well-founded… Here’s why.
The world has flattened even further. It means that we’re at another turning point in the world of international business. And it’s going to have significant impacts on your life and your investments.
From an economic perspective, a brand-new industry like cannabis can ignite a period of prosperity. It falls in line with the economic theory of Joseph A Schumpeter.
To jump or not to jump out of a volatile market, that’s the question the mainstream is asking right now. What if you’re close to retirement and you’re just holding the market right now?
This has been a seriously long bull market. Yet things aren’t well. We have been warning for a while now that we are heading for a major crash.
October is bad for markets. At least that’s according to the so-called October Effect theory. Apparently, investors get nervous this time of the year, so markets are more prone to declines.
If you haven’t noticed, Venezuela is in the middle of one of the most psychotic economic breakdowns in history. People are starving. There’s no power or fresh water. Inflation is nearing a million percent.
The Argentinean peso started diving in April. To stop the freefall, the central bank raised interest rates from 27% to 40%. Argentina now has the highest interest rates in the world.