The final quarter of 2018 has been marked by stock market volatility, much of which has stemmed from the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Investors are getting worried, but there’s another school of thought: is it possible that the President is preparing to strike a deal, which would send the equities markets soaring to fresh all-time highs?
Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder. This is a fact, which is irrefutable. I’ve been spending time in Greece for the past 12 days, enjoying the incredible waters of Corfu, the only Greek island to never surrender to the Ottoman Empire during their conquest period.
China will have a more significant impact on the global economy by 2025 than the United States. As Wealth Research Group published a number of times in recent months, the Asians are a mere seven years away from boasting the largest economy, based on GDP, to ever exist.
In the past four days, I’ve been a guest on three major shows on YouTube and have been invited to speak at a number of investment conferences and radio shows because of Wealth Research Group’s major, new theme: “The Last Great American Decade.”
Two entities, two individuals, two corporations, and even two countries can have a mutually beneficial relationship, until it becomes too competitive. Then, all bets are off.