Talk about a complete change of tune: in October the Fed said we’re a “long way from normal” in terms of rates, suggesting that they were preparing to raise interest rates. But then, after the stock market dropped 20%, there was talk of zero rate hikes or even rate cuts this year. So who’s really in control here: the Fed, or the stock market?
With the U.S. dollar proving itself over and over to be a deteriorating asset over time, investors need to be on the lookout for protection against the ravages of inflation.
Being first to market is an undeniable competitive advantage in any field, and the ever-growing legalized cannabis industry is no exception to this.
As the tariff war winds down and a deal between the U.S. and China becomes an inevitability, copper sector investors will be the ultimate beneficiary, and mining shares are the perfect vehicle for profits.
For days now, the President, central banks, and academia talking heads are doing anything they possibly can to stave-off any negative news and focus on climbing through the 2,800 resistance level for the S&P 500.