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ROSENBERG: PERSEVERANCE UNDER PRESSURE

June 11, 2021

Influential economist and strategist Dave Rosenberg has had several times in his career, most notably at the height of the tech bubble in 2000 and another leading up to the global financial crisis in 2007, when he was so out of consensus by being bearish that his colleagues and clients pressured him to change his forecasts. 

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EXPECT MORE ECONOMIC & MARKET DAMAGE AS PANDEMIC REPERCUSSIONS MULTIPLY SAYS INVESTMENT VETERAN

April 17, 2020

NEW THIS WEEK:

When economies started shutting down in various parts of the world we all knew that the economic numbers would be bad. How could they not be? We are just now getting some measure of the initial damage in terms of unemployment, business activity, and earnings.
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FLOWS INTO ETFS AND LONG TERM RETURNS ON BITCOIN ARE STAGGERING. MATT HOUGAN IS AN EXPERT ON BOTH

April 3, 2020

One of the biggest trends in investing in recent years has been the migration of investment dollars into exchange-traded funds and out of traditional mutual funds. The numbers are staggering.

This week’s guest had the foresight and guts to get involved in ETFs in their early stages and more recently cryptocurrencies which are still in their development phase. We are going to get his update on both. He is Matt Hougan, Global Head of Research at Bitwise Asset Management, a cryptocurrency asset manager. Hougan describes it as the “crypto equivalent of an S&P 500 fund.”
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THIS IS BIGGER THAN THE FINANCIAL CRISIS & IT’S WISE TO RAISE CASH SAYS T- BOND GURU ROBERT KESSLER

March 20, 2020

In an exclusive interview, U.S. Treasury bond manager Robert Kessler warns this recession will be bigger than the financial crisis and the damage to stock markets will get worse before it gets better. His advice: raise cash sooner rather than later.

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CORONAVIRUS & THE MARKETS

February 28, 2020

Fears of a coronavirus induced hit to the global economy and corporate earnings drove stock markets into official correction territory today. It takes a 10% decline from the previous high to meet that definition and the Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ all exceeded that standard today after relentless selling this week.
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