Sunday , 15 September 2019


Investing

U.S. Stock Market Has Entered the Final Stage of a Super-Charged Tulip Mania

The U.S. stock market has entered into the last stage, which I call the Super-Charged Tulip Mania. Not only are stock prices inflated well above anything we have ever seen before, but valuations are also reaching heights that are totally unsustainable. This next market crash will not resemble anything similar to what took place during the 2008-2009 U.S. banking and housing market collapse. When the markets cracked in 2008, EVERYTHING went down together. Instead this time around, as the markets tank the precious metals will surge to new highs.

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Which Of Canada’s Big 5 Bank Stocks Is the Best Buy?

The banking system in Canada is concentrated in the Big 5 banks, which account for more than 80% of total banking assets. To help investors choose the best near-term growth prospects amongst the Big 5 banks, we analyze the three key financial metrics: Revenue Growth, EPS Growth, and Return on Equity.

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Get Ready To Experience A 2008-Like Crash – Here’s Why

Treasury Secretary, ex-Goldman Sachs banker Steven Mnuchin, has threatened Congress with [a] stock crash if Congress doesn’t pass a tax reform Bill. His reason is that the stock market surge since the election was based on the hopes of a big tax cut. This reminds me of 2008.

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