Not everyone is aware of it yet, but we’re all living in a historical tipping point: the transition between a world where cannabis is taboo and one where people are free to experience its medical and recreational benefits. Society and investors can both prosper – and when you learn the facts surrounding cannabis legalization, you’ll be astonished to discover just how big this movement has grown.
Larry Fink, Mark Zuckerberg, Ray Dalio, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates are incredibly wealthy individuals that have made statements seemingly in support of “inclusive capitalism” – an attempt to address the American wealth gap with some form of wealth redistribution. They may claim that capitalism is the problem, but is it possible that there’s something more sinister at work here?
Due to the fear of capital loss, investors and fund managers worldwide, and especially in America, are putting money in bonds that yield very little, or even zero or negative in real terms. Is it possible for bond yields to stay this low for much longer, and can investors go anywhere else to get better returns?
With the first quarter of the year behind us, investors must now deal with the reality of QE4: the resumption of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program in which bonds yield next to nothing and the fiat money printing machine is cranked up to full capacity.
There’s $10 trillion sitting in negative-yielding bonds in the world today, and stock indices are teetering at the tail end of a decade-long and highly manipulated bull market. The question is, where can investors find any real yield nowadays?