The Fed is stuck in between a hard place and a grenade, given this option, they will choose the hard place as unless one is looking for a one-way to ticket to nowhere one will not pick the grenade. The Fed has nowhere to go; there is only one option available inflate the money supply or die to try to.
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The average person regardless of his/her education or lack off usually is on the receiving end of the stick when it comes to investing in the markets. The reason for this quandary is very simple and predicated upon the fact that their emotional state drives the average person's decision-making process.
The market has resisted all attempts to correct. We know why it is not crashing; this has to do with mass psychology, but what's preventing it from letting out a significant dose of steam. The table below might hold the answer.
The consolidation in oil appears to be over and given their relationship, the Dow together with Crude oil could be gearing up to trade to new highs.
Now that same sex marriage is the law of the land, engaged gay couples are going to be having some serious chats about money if they want their love to survive the ever after.
For the past few months, we continued to Google the Term, Dow 19K, Dow 20K and Dow 21K. We got the most hits on the search term Dow 20,000, but the noise was not enough for us to take these developments too seriously. However, when we noticed that CNBC published two similar titled articles within a time span of 30 days, it was time to take note.
Remember how not so long ago 50 felt like it was years away? Yet here it is. While 15 years may sounds like a long time, it's really not much to save enough money for what could easily be a 30-year retirement or even longer.
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Teach your kids as early as possible about mastering money, so that money doesn't master them!
When it comes to investing, the first thing you need to learn is efficient management of your emotions. It is impossible to eliminate the impulse to act when euphoria or panic are in the air. While you cannot delete the feeling that pushes to you react, you can control your reaction.
The masses do not believe this market can trend higher; sentiment is decidedly negative, and this has been confirmed time and time again. For months on end investors in the neutral or bearish camp have ranked higher than those in the bullish camp. What is surprising is that the higher this market trends, the more anxious the masses become. In a nutshell, that is precisely why this market will continue to run higher and higher.
Central bankers are declaring war on cash for one reason only; they want to punish savers and reward speculators and in the process destroy the middle class.
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Economists stated that primary trigger for the financial crisis of 2008 was the issuance of mortgages that did not require down payments. The ease at which one could get mortgages in the past is what drove housing prices to unsustainable levels. Post-crisis all banks vowed to end the practice forever, or that is what they wanted everyone to believe.
Who you spend time with, who raised you, and where you work can all affect your attitudes and actions about money.
The problem is that in most cases the information used to back these scenarios is utter rubbish. On any given day you will find several compelling arguments that call for this market to crash or for this market to soar to the moon.
It's time to make sure that African-Americans get more for their money--and that starts by getting out of cash and into cards and electronic payments.
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The topic of Long Term Care is complicated and a not particularly fun one to think about. But guess what? Ignoring it will not make it go away and putting it off will only cost you more in the long run.