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?
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
Warren Buffett used to be a 6th gear investor, but not anymore. Today, Warren wishes he could go back to the days of being like a racing motorbike that slides in between cars and trucks, surpassing all others and delivering big results, but he can’t.
The large banks are not giving up easily, but it looks like the market is turning on them.