Posted on November 13, 2019
Just days after we have published our blog post about the effects of the holiday season on the markets, another analyst voiced his opinion about how S&P 500 can gain 3% during this season. Just like we did, he also has historical data to support his expectations. Let’s look into his reasonings!
Posted on November 06, 2019
The end of the year, especially November and December are usually strong months for the economy. During the Western holiday season, people tend to spend more than usual. Since we’re talking about several hundred million people, this extra expenditure influences the global economy. There are several things we can expect this year too.
Posted on October 30, 2019
The 2020 United States presidential election might have a huge stake. It isn’t only about Donald Trump or the Democrats. The elections can easily be about the future of capitalism. Will the biggest economy on Earth go on as it is now, or will it take a turn to Modern Monetary Theory or to something similar?
Posted on October 24, 2019
The Fed cutting rates again, low interest rates seem to be back. These hurt the economy for several reasons – we have written about that many times. But let’s look at the low rates from the perspective of the everyday people.
Posted on October 16, 2019
We often write about the importance of diversification and discipline as keys to success. It may seem to you that this is only a guide to everyday investors, but the reality couldn’t be farther from it. There is a tremendously successful country which does the same with its $1 trillion fund. Let’s dive into the Norway method.