After visiting the Money Show annual conference in Las Vegas, we review Bloomberg’s ‘Hot ETFs’ list – ETFs likely to grab investors attention through the rest of 2021. Then we turn to Europe to look how natural gas prices have soared this year, putting pressure on European households headed into the winter months. Back in Read more ➝
As the US and many other countries discuss raising individual income taxes, private placement life insurance comes again into focus. Its always been a mechanism to legally hide investments from taxes, but now it is receiving a renewed interest from even less wealthy individuals. A bullish fund manager feels a return to normalcy will send Read more ➝
End of summer, back to school, and end of Q3 have created problems for markets in the past. Will history repeat this year?
July Job’s Data usually is negative for the market. Seasonal bullishness in tech stocks starts soon, but the market needs to pullback for a better entry.
Technical market indicators are weakening as August approaches. Post Election Year weakness is likely to arise in the next two months.
August is usually a weak month for investors. Post-election year Augusts are no different.
Lumber falls. Communications stocks have juicy dividends. Fintech VC deals lead to exorbitant stock market listings. Sell signals arise in a seasonally weak period.
The Federal Rerserve is acting. S&P 500 shakes off a COVID scare, while Oil and China make waves for investors.
July is the best of the worst months, but in post-election years it unexpectedly better than usual.
Pension returns are elevated. Healthcare stocks could be a safe haven. The Federal Reserve spooks the market,.