Next Stock Market Crash Coming Soon?
A look at the charts makes me a bit nervous that the next stock market crash could be on the horizon. The fact is that the market has not witnessed a correction of any major proportions in excess of 10% since the stock market began to turn up in March 2009.
Sure, we have had the occasional five-percent adjustments in … Read More
What the Greece Crisis Means for the Eurozone
The Greece crisis is akin to a friend who can’t manage their spending and is always in need of cash. The debt-ridden country known for its beaches, olives, and antiquities just doesn’t seem to get it. After a bailout program that saw about $265 billion flow into the dried up coffers in Greece back in 2010, the country is really … Read More
How the ECB’s Actions Could Boost U.S. Markets
Not too long ago, the European Central Bank (ECB), to fight the economic slowdown in the eurozone, lowered its benchmark interest rates. The hope with this move was the same as it was in the U.S., England, Japan, or other countries that are facing economic scrutiny: lowering interest rates will eventually increase lending and eventually bring in economic growth. In … Read More
Preparing for Retirement: CNBC Financial Planner Says You Need $2.5 M!
On a recent show on CNBC, a financial planner surprised everyone when she said a … Read More
Three Steps to Overcoming Losses in a Declining Market
“What should you do when the house isn’t in order?”
A good friend of mine … Read More
How Low Interest Rates Are Holding 144 Million U.S. Workers Hostage
Are the long-term retirement plans of working Americans being held hostage by the Federal Reserve?… Read More
What You Can Learn from Missed Investment Opportunities
One of the basic rules that investors should follow when it comes to portfolio management … Read More