The stage is truly set. We see all the right milestones met and all the necessary preliminary signals getting checked-off.
I’ve shown you many times that while the Federal Reserve is the leader of the global Quantitative Tightening cycle, in 2019, both Europe and Japan will, most likely, will join the U.S. central bank in this endeavor.
Earnings season is nearly over, along with the midterm elections, and now we need to see how the U.S. government functions in one of the most hostile political environments we’ve witnessed in decades.
We will cover the results of the midterm elections and their impact on stocks, bonds, and commodities this coming Thursday, but one, critical and very determining new trend is already in place, no matter who takes control of the house
Ten years have passed since the Great Recession – that’s a significant length of time. The opportunities, which were available back then, will probably not return for many years, maybe even decades.