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Source: The Daily Reckoning “In 2017, the financial world was filled with talk of synchronized sustainable growth in major economies for the first time since before the 2008 global financial crisis...Now that vision is in ashes. Synchronized global growth has turned...read more
Source: CNBC “Jamie Dimon, the chairman and CEO of J. P. Morgan Chase, said Thursday the current market volatility can be attributed to a variety of worries about political risk and oil prices, but the issue ‘that's probably roiling the market the most is trade’...The...read more
Source: Marketwatch "U.S. stocks were down sharply Thursday, after the arrest of a Huawei executive reignited trade worries, and as continued weakness in oil markets underscored concerns over global growth ahead of an OPEC meeting in Vienna Thursday. The Dow Jones...read more
Source: CNBC "The longest bull market run in history is coming to an end in 2019, according to the pros who handle Wall Street's big-money clientele. A survey of institutional investors show that 65 percent see a change coming, with the biggest threats being...read more
Market Shorts: Cryptocurrency index fund follows Warren Buffett’s playbook, but with a $1 million bet against the S&P
Source: CNBC “A cryptocurrency asset manager is mimicking the playbook of one of the industry's most notable critics: Warren Buffett. Morgan Creek Digital is recreating Buffett's famous $1 million wager pitting the performance of the S&P 500 against a group of hedge...read more
Source: Bloomberg "Gold may be poised to rally as speculation mounts that the Federal Reserve will hit the pause button on interest rate hikes in 2019. After lift-off in late 2015 followed by a rise a year later, the central bank has since steadily raised benchmark...read more
Spotting and buying a pullback is one of the oldest and most basic principles in investing or trading. It’s not easy to do, as you can never predict whether a decline is a short-term pullback or the beginning of a larger downturn. But there are a few principles you...read more
Posted by Halifax America - Source: CCN Student loans, credit card debt, mortgage, corporate loans, and all kinds of debt are placing huge pressure on the U.S. stock market. Over the long-term, Mark Yusko believes emerging markets and Bitcoin are viable long-term...read more
Source: Zero Hedge "With a number of volatile trends in multiple conflict theaters and geopolitical hot spots now coming to a head this week (Ukraine-Russia, China-US, Iran-US, Turkey-Syria-Russia, Saudi Arabia-Europe), and with Presidents Putin and Trump set to...read more
Posted by Halifax America - Authored by Jeff Cox via CNBC Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday he considers the central bank's benchmark interest rate to be near a neutral level, an important distinction from remarks he made less than two months...read more
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