By David Snowball
It is exceedingly unlikely that your best options in the year and years ahead are going to look much like the winners of the past two years. That reflects, in part, the market’s unresolved turmoil and, in part, the fact that the market has been unmoored from reality of late. Commentators fear that “the sugar rush” provided by the Republicans’ indiscriminate tax cut will, at best, fade and, at worst, be followed by a “sugar crash” as the consequences of trillion dollar annual deficits, rising interest costs and global instability begin to hit home.
A quick snip from my most recent newsfeed:
Is Another Market Crash Coming?
The Latest Stock Market Crash Signal Is Blaring Out of Texas
A Market Crash Is Continue reading →