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Markets scale a wall of worry

Hurricanes, floods, fires, even missiles could not deter financial markets this week. Instead, investors chose to pin their hopes on tax reform, or at least a tax cut. What are the chances of that happening this year? read more…

How real is tax reform?

Amid hurricanes, floods and missiles, President Trump is trying to ramp up public support for a massive overhaul of the American tax system. However, it is not the public that needs convincing, it is Congress. read more…

Housing or the lack thereof

Inventory, inventory, inventory! They say there’s not enough to fill buyers’ demand. As a result, prices continue to soar, and as they do, the numbers of new sales flatten out. How long will this continue? read more…

When bad news is bad news

A confluence of events makes the financial markets susceptible to further declines. It won’t be the end of the world, but it might feel like it. The volatility could drag on for several weeks or even months. So suck it up and sit tight. read more…

Bitcoin

 

Chances are you have heard the name. Some may have even considered investing in it. But for most of us buying into this new “cryptocurrency” called Bitcoin (BTC) is still a problem. read more…

The Korean Question

So far, the political tension between the United States and North Korea has been confined to a war of words and not much else. This week’s verbal threats and counter-threats, however, reached a new level. What might that mean for the financial markets?

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The danger zone

The market has entered the most dangerous part of the year for equities. Some of the worst market drops have taken place over August and September. After enjoying the longest streak in 22 years, without as much as a 3% pullback, the stock market is vulnerable to a downdraft. read more…

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