Big banks almost all reported Q2 earnings beats, and their shares look like downright bargains.
This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Money Morning – We Make Investing Profitable. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission. There’s no stopping the madness of crowds, and that can be quite rewarding for us. Equity markets are acting like “nothing matters and what if it did?” That’s flat-out dangerous for buy-and-hold investors,…
I recently said the Brexit vote wasn’t so much a “Lehman Brothers moment” as it was a “Bear Stearns moment.” Which is to say it was a harbinger, the panic before the calm before the financial apocalypse.
Post-Brexit, everything’s up in the air. But if you understand what the vote was about and how it’s changed the world, you can make big trades.
Brits voting on June 23, 2016, to exit the European Union wasn’t a “Lehman Brothers moment” despite what you may have heard.
Blockchain and Bitcoin are gaining popularity, threatening banks and financial systems the world over.
The markets’ worry over the possibility of a Brexit – that the United Kingdom may actually pull the trigger and leave the world’s biggest economic bloc – has been driving volatility for weeks.
Jobs and GDP won’t be the main topics at this week’s FOMC meeting. The Fed’s watching these three metrics instead – and you should be, too.
With the markets hanging on to every word coming out of the Federal Reserve, it’s important for investors to pay close attention, too.
The Federal Reserve System (remember, it’s not a bank, it’s a “system”) is killing this country.