Morgan Stanley: Best Times May Be Near an End
According to Morgan Stanley, the end of the economic cycle is near and US markets are priced very optimistically. While fiscal stimulus is supportive of growth in the near term, the benefits are already likely “in the price” and increase the potential downside for markets at the end of the cycle. – Bloomberg
Apr 17, 2018 | Joanna Ossinger |
Morgan Stanley Warns Markets the Best Times May Be Near an End
Investors need to prepare for downside as the end of the economic cycle is near, and US markets are priced for best-case scenarios, Morgan Stanley says.
Apr 17, 2018 | NewsMax |
The Coming Market Crash Will Set Off the Biggest Gold Panic Buying in History
The leverage in the economic system has become so extreme investors have no idea of the disaster that is going to take place during the next stock market crash. The collapse of the US housing and investment banking industry in 2008 and the ensuing economic turmoil were a mere warm-up for stage 2 of the continuing disintegration of the global financial and economic systems.
Jan 25, 2018 | Steve St. Angelo |
How the Federal Reserve Is Killing America
It’s maddening. The divide between haves and have-nots is widening every day. There are fewer and fewer good jobs to be had. And maybe worst of all, according to a survey by the nonprofit Employee Benefit Research Institute and Greenwald & Associates, about 36% of workers have less than $1,000 in savings and investments that could be used for retirement (not counting their primary residence or defined benefit plans and traditional pensions), and 60% of workers have less than $25,000.
Dec 22, 2017 | Shah Gilani |
Your Pension Is a Lie: Our Government Can’t Fulfill $210 Trillion of Liabilities
Federal debt as a percentage of GDP has almost doubled since the turn of the century. The big jump occurred during the 2007–2009 recession, but the debt has kept growing since then. That’s a consequence of higher spending and lower GDP growth. In theory, Social Security and Medicare don’t count here—their funding goes into separate trust funds. But in reality, the Treasury borrows from the trust funds, so they simply hold more government debt.
Oct 10, 2017 | John Mauldin |
Why You Still Can’t Trust Your Financial Adviser
With the Fiduciary Rule in doubt, seeking professional advice on your money remains a dangerous proposition.
Jun 07, 2017 | Ben Steverman |