For all of the 29 years I’ve spent trading and investing, I’ve watched governments and central bankers attempt to thwart the free market to serve their own ends.
Money Morning Members who’ve been with us a while will remember my 2016 Forecast, when I called for the S&P 500 to drop 10% to 15% and predicted Marco Rubio would be headed to the White House.
Backlash against the status quo in the European Union hasn’t caused a market crash, but the long-term story is another matter.
The bond market is selling off hard, but our expert says that presents one of the market’s best profit opportunities right now.
I’ve spent years studying junk bond issuers, so I always get suspicious when I see a restaurant company, of all things, trading at high multiples of earnings, cash flow, or debt.
The idea that Trump’s economic growth plan will pressure gold is shortsighted.
If President-elect Trump has any hope of righting our troubled markets and economy, these are the steps he’ll need to take.
This tawdry circus of an election has carved deep scars on the American soul that will persist long after Jan. 20, 2017.
The markets are in gridlock, but Michael Lewitt says either one of these two events could dislodge the S&P 500.
Regardless of how election 2016 plays out, we’re likely looking at four more years of market gridlock.