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Yesterday, terrorists successfully struck Brussels, detonating at least two bombs in the city’s airport and another in the Maelbeek metro station, close to the European Parliament building. As it stands now, 31 people are confirmed dead and at least 270 are reported injured, with the death toll likely to rise in the coming days. Today […]
The Dow Jones Industrials recently erased its losses for the year, but we advise our Global Income Edge investors to stay invested in the most conservative global income investments, as the recent market rise could again prove fleeting. That rise is being attributed in part to the Federal Reserve announcement it wouldn’t be raising interest rates […]
The head of the European Central Bank announces more stimulus.
While we don’t have China-related stocks in our portfolio now, I’ve followed China closely for years now. With the world’s second-largest economy since 2009, China has quickly become the bellwether for growth not only in the emerging markets, but the rest of the world.Even if you don’t actually own any Chinese stocks, China’s stock market […]
Britain’s Brexit threat sparks another pointless selloff.
“Beat the Frackers” not a horror film for the markets.
The selloff in U.S. financials and global bank stocks looks overdone.
While many are grousing about unconventional monetary policy, it’s been good for investors.
Our stress tests show our stocks can weather the storm.
China’s getting blamed for the recent correction, but it was overdue.