Monthly Archives: March 2018

Trade Wars Are Bullish

Yes, I said it. Trade wars are bullish for the stock market and here is the rationale behind it. Since obviously, President Trump only cares about the stock market going up so he becomes richer (and maybe his base), the trade war he is starting will make the one body that can actively do something, […]

CRYPTO GOLD WEEKLY UPDATE (March 19)

CRYPTO GOLD WEEKLY UPDATE Week of Monday March 19, 2018 Markets Performance: Last week, cryptoassets were the worst performing asset class with the cryptocurrency flagbearer, Bitcoin (USD) falling for the second straight week, finishing on Friday at $8,302.72, down -9.9% from the previous week’s close of $9,216,20. Ethereum’s Ether (USD) was the biggest laggard, dropping […]

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Cutting to the Core of American School Shootings

With America on the heels of another devastating school shooting, this time in Parkland, Florida, citizens and pundits alike are once again exchanging barbs as to how to solve what appears to be an epidemic of school violence. On both sides of the political aisle, you can hear the same broken record that plays almost […]

Another Punch Bowl Being Taken Away

Geo politics can always come into the forefront, but this week has a mix of central bankers and economic data. On the economic front, we have Manufacturing PMI, the Unemployment Rate, Non-Farm Payrolls and Average Hourly Earnings Super Mario Draghi Speaks: ECB President Mario Draghi is scheduled to speak at the ECB conference on Wednesday […]

1, 2, 3, 4, I Declare a Trade War

Investors will be watching the latest rhetoric out of the White House as President Trump is scheduled to sign tariffs on steel and aluminum this week. We also have a statement from the Bank of Japan where they may announce that they are taking away the punch bowl (a significant change to monetary policy.) On […]