We take it for granted that the American empire will always remain dominant. But watch out. It’s already in decline and locked in a destructive cycle.
Since the Great Financial Crisis, US stocks have been on a dream run.
It seems like we hit a new record high every day.
If you had been around in the late 20th century, you may have seen some of the very big companies that sailed through the recessions.
Some of these US stocks were McDonald’s Corp [NYSE:MCD] and Domino’s Pizza, Inc. [NYSE:DPZ] the share value of these companies soared by over several thousand percent.
Why has this happened? Why have they become a dream run. Well that’s our goal – to better understand the forces that drive the market. And more importantly, to uncover how it will affect investors like you.
Advancements in technology no longer make our lives better. Instead, they waste our time and money. Just look at the tidal wave of distractions around us.
It’s the end of the era. The death of a beloved icon. General Motors has announced that Holden is being shut down in Australia and New Zealand.
Christopher Columbus. Sir Edmund Hillary. Their names are iconic. Their feats are legendary. Their success was driven by one thing: a thirst for adventure.
Netflix is one of the most successful tech companies in the world. But did you know about the one time they almost went broke and lost it all?
Are you worried about when the next recession is going to hit? Let’s consult the Doomsday Clock. It will tell you how close we are to economic midnight.
Just when you think you have the stock market figured out, something will come along to shake your confidence. Here’s why we should be cautious…
Need to fund more government spending? The easiest way is to increase debt by printing more money. But is this a recipe for disaster?
The Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has run into serious turbulence. Here’s why this issue is just a prelude of something much worse.
Don’t forget the world is a big place. There could be better opportunities for you out there. Investing globally instead of just locally is a good idea.
Everybody loves an economic expansion. Probably none more so than Trump. But is he actually overreaching by taking credit for it?
In the news is word that Mr Neumann has been let go. The poor man is on his own, after SoftBank took control of his company.
To increase your income and have the option to be financially free, you need to put your capital to work.
Gracious. Well-spoken. Passionate about our economy. Hands down, Taylor Kee is the best boss I’ve ever had the pleasure of working for. The American dream.