Jim Bianco: Market Set To Give Fed A ‘Punch To The Mouth’

Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, is concerned about the Federal Reserve. Quoting boxing legend Mike Tyson, Bianco said, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” Markets throughout 2019 moved along swimmingly, but Bianco believes the Fed hasn’t been truly tested yet. Bianco thinks that in 2020 the Fed will be challenged […]

Stanley Druckenmiller: These 3 Things ‘Would Definitely Trigger A Bear Market’

Investors have been anticipating a bear market for a while now. One such investor is hedge fund guru Stanley Druckenmiller. Druckenmiller started his own fund, Duquesne Capital, in 1981. He managed George Soros’s Quantum Fund between 1988 and 2000. Druckenmiller has identified three events that may finally tip this long-running bull market into a bear […]

World’s Rich Get Ready for Massive Drop for Stocks. Are They Right?

The world’s richest are bracing for a potential market meltdown. A majority of wealthy investors anticipate a substantial drop in the market before the end of 2020. What steps are these investors taking to prepare for the drop? According to a survey conducted by UBS Wealth Management, these investors hold approximately 25% their portfolio assets […]

Alternative Real Estate Investments That Can Produce High Returns

Investing in real estate is undoubtedly a poignant way to add stability to your investment portfolio. In the past, real estate investments were mostly restricted to residential, retail, and industrial sectors. That is not the case anymore, as alternative real estate has become the preferred choice of many investors in the country. Data shows that […]

Jeremy Siegel: Increasing Risk of a ‘Runaway’ Market

Jeremy Siegel, a lauded professor of finance at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, says his significant concern for the market in 2020 is that investors will act too recklessly.  “Actually, one of the dangers is that people could be throwing risk to the wind, and this thing could be a runaway,” said Siegel. […]