The US government is US$19 trillion in debt. Under a Trump presidency, that debt will only grow. Perhaps faster than ever. The market is building up to one huge stimulus-induced boom. So buy certain stocks while you can. It won’t last.
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We don’t want, or expect, you to blindly follow our recommendations. Or, if you do, know that we could be wrong; always have a plan to manage that situation if it occurs. I’m hoping it will encourage you to really think, which will only make you a better, more independent investor.
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It looks as though we will soon see rising inflation and the end of the 35-year bull market in bonds. Keep your seat belts fastened and your eyes open.
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In the past century, the stock market has made a remarkable habit of predicting success at the polls in the US. Here’s how it works in theory.
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The flipside of a crash is the recovery. If you limit losses during the selloff, you’re in a prime position to take advantage of the upswing.
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