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What the End of Fed Rate Hikes Means for Stocks
Here in the wooded mountains of East Tennessee the vegetated growth is so dense it shuts off the adjacent view. Hollers, as they’re called in southern Appalachia, are undetectable. And in an instant, things can go terribly wrong. Continue reading
Posted in MN Gordon, Stock Market Tagged ben bernanke, dennis martin, federal reserve, S&P500, smoky mountains, southern appalachia 10 Comments
Will You Play It Fast And Loose?
At the point of maximum fear, when the sky is falling, the world is ending, and shares of Bank of America trade below $8, what will you do? Will you play it safe? Or will you play it fast and loose? Continue reading
Posted in MN Gordon, Stock Market Tagged bank crisis, deflation, fast and loose, inflation, quantitative tightening 25 Comments
Fear and Greed with a Roll of the Dice
Bear markets take time. They also provide countless occasions to lose money. With each bounce comes an opportunity for investors to buy higher so they can later sell lower. Continue reading
Posted in MN Gordon, Stock Market Tagged fear and greed, jeremy grantham, reversion to the mean, S&P500, warren buffett 18 Comments
Are You Prepared for a Hard Landing?
How will the economy react to interest rates that remain relatively higher for longer? By this, the idea that there will be a soft landing seems highly unlikely. The economy, after decades of ultra-low interest rates, is not equipped to easily accommodate a sustained period of relatively higher interest rates. Continue reading
Posted in MN Gordon, Stock Market Tagged collapse, debt, dollar, federal reserve, hard landing, S&P500 13 Comments