Stagflation is coming – and it could make the 1970s look like a walk in the park.
Investors locked out of the pandemic lockdown housing bubble might be able to cash in by shorting housing stocks.
These are dry times.
History rhymes as people tend to react similarly to similar price changes. What we see in gold right now is a repeat of almost a decade ago.
Despite another hawkish FOMC meeting, gold rose again. Why? Because, as suggested by Powell, the pace of tightening is going to slow down.
Does looking at these two eras help point investors in the right direction?
Gregory Bergman is the Editor in chief of CapitaWatch. Mr. Bergman is the author of 12 books, including a bestselling series. His work has been covered in The Wall Street Journal, LA Weekly, The Huffington Post, among other publications. Bergman served as Managing Editor of Equities Magazine, a nationwide glossy publication focused on small and mid-cap public companies. Bergman has written on and consulted with hundreds of public companies during his nearly two decades covering the financial markets.
Mr. Melnicoe covered the legal and regulatory landscape in China for Bloomberg BNA in Shanghai from 2015-2017, and before that worked as a foreign expert editor for two years at the Shanghai Daily, an English-language newspaper. Mark has also covered business, health care and other news for Bloomberg News in California and spent 11 years (2000-2011) as national editor at the Sacramento Bee. He has a B.A. in journalism from San Diego State University.
Donovan Jones is the founder of VentureDeal, a North America technology venture capital database. He also researches U.S. IPOs, China- and Hong Kong-based companies, technology M&A deals, and other interesting financial topics.
Michael Markowski is a visionary analyst who researches market anomalies to develop predictive algorithms which are utilized to trade the markets and produce 10X+ returns for growth stocks and venture capital. Michael predicted the demise of Lehman, the Brexit Crash and the Q2018 market crash. Fortune Magazine named Michael as one of its 50 Great investors.
Editor of Real Investment Advice, Host of "The Real Investment Hour" & Chief Strategist for RIA Advisors.
Chiu-Ti Jansen is the founder of China Happenings multimedia platform and a TV and newspaper commentator on China's rise in the world.
Steve began his career in the Trading Pits in Chicago making markets at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the Chicago Board of Trade, and the CBOE in the early 80's. He ran the Morgan Stanley Derivative Prop Trading for the firm specializing in Index Arbitrage. He continued his career as a Trader/Portfolio Manager for multiple hedge funds during the Internet Boom of the 90's managing large portfolios. Steve is known as an expert in MicroCap Technology Stocks and the emerging Digital Currency markets as a Portfolio Manager for his Family Office. His work includes research, journalism, and archived video on important market volatility related to stocks, digital currency, and other volatile misunderstood asset classes.
Edmund Newton is a Washington, D.C.-based writer, formerly of the L.A. Times, Newsday, N.Y. Post and People, as well as the former managing editor of New Times-Broward Palm Beach, of the Village Voice media chain. He has written for, among others, The New York Times, Time, Daily News Sunday Magazine, Black Enterprise, The Ladies’ Home Journal and Audubon.
James Rubin has been covering business issues for more than two decades. He is a former associate editor at TheStreet.com. Rubin was a regular contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit and Forbes Insights. His papers have been the basis of presentations at major international events, including the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Rubin has also reported for The Wall Street Journal, Forbes.com and AdAge, among other publications and is the author of the Urban Cyclist's Survival Guide. He is a graduate of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
Ms. Hsu is an Associate Professor of Economics at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She has published over six books and fifteen journal articles on the Chinese economy and financial sector. She published one of the only English language books on the topic of Chinese informal finance, entitled Informal Finance in China: American and Chinese Perspectives, as well as one of the only Chinese-language books on Chinese shadow banking. She has written about current events in the Chinese economy in Forbes, The Diplomat, the Nikkei Asian Review, East Asia Forum, China Brief, and China World.
Arkadiusz Sieroń, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wrocław, a Certified Investment Adviser and a long-time precious metals market enthusiast. He is also a Laureate of the 6th International Vernon Smith Prize.
Dr. Karen Liu is an Assistant Professor of Finance in China, whose primary research fields include macroeconomics, financial economics and the Chinese economy. She has a Ph.D. in Economics.
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Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA is the founder and editor-in-chief at Sunshine Profits as well as the portfolio manager of his gold investment fund.
Mary T. Prenon is an award-winning journalist with a 35-year career in print and broadcast media, communications and public relations.After receiving a B.A. in Journalism from Temple University in Philadelphia, she began her career as a broadcast reporter, radio show host and news anchor in suburban New York City. During her radio career, she received two Associated Press Broadcast Awards.She later moved into print reporting for the Westchester Business Journal, Westchester Commerce, Realogy Magazine, and other publications. Over the course of her career, she has written over a thousand newspaper and magazine articles.Currently, she is the director of communications for a Realtor association in the Hudson Valley, NY and writes regularly for Real Estate In Depth newspaper.
Before he started writing for business and finance, Daniel worked as Senior Arts Editor at Spartan Daily and South Bay Pulse at San Jose State University while pursuing his M.S. in Journalism and Communications, and as Opinion Section Editor at the Tartan during his undergraduate B.F.A at Carnegie Mellon. Beyond his writing, Daniel has an eclectic set of skills that include game design, public relations, and content marketing.
Dr. Xu Wu, is associate professor at the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, teaching crisis management and cross-cultural communications. He is also the founder and CEO of a consulting firm, Chimerica Communication & Consulting, LLC.
Gene Linn got into China watching thanks to the U.S. Army, which assigned him to study Chinese Mandarin. He later earned a bachelor's in journalism and a master's in East Asian studies. He worked as a freelance business reporter for 14 years in Hong Kong. He is a regular contributor for Equities.com and other financial publications.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Victoria in 2010, Matthew developed a passion for helping clients meet their financial freedom through strong, risk-adjusted portfolios. Formerly, he was responsible for managing and co-managing over $600MM in cumulative assets for private households and institutions. Matthew also undertook and completed his CFA® charter in 2015, a rigorous professional credential program promoting the highest standards of education, ethics, and professional excellence in the investment profession.
Bill Dixon was the Head of Equities North America for Bankhaus Lampe, a renowned Private Bank based in Germany. Dixon has over 30 years of experience in European equity research sales for European and US investment banks. Mr. Dixon acquired his CFA in 1998.
Gregory Bergman is the author of 12 books, including a bestselling series. His work on business, poitics and various other topics has been covered in The Wall Street Journal, LA Weekly, The Huffington Post, among other publications. Bergman served as Managing Editor of Equities Magazine, a nationwide glossy publication focused on small and mid-cap public companies. Bergman has written on and consulted with hundreds of public companies during his nearly two decades covering the financial markets
Jonathan Berr started his career in business journalism in 1997. He spent seven years as a reporter at Bloomberg News, where he covered electric utilities, defense contractors, media companies, and technology companies. While at Bloomberg, Berr discovered that the defense contractor Raytheon was illegally tipping favored Wall Street analysts about its earnings. His report sparked an SEC investigation and sanction against the company. The Raytheon story won The Gerald Loeb Award, one of the most prestigious prizes in journalism. Leading news sites including Forbes, BBC News.com, CBS News.com, have published his work. He lives near Philadelphia and is a long-suffering fan of the city's pro sports team
With over 10 years of experience as a reporter, Zuss has covered asset management, financial regulation, economics, business, finance, social and urban issues and public policy for Risk.Net, TheStreet.com, Fund Intelligence, and several other publications.
Nadia Simmons is a private investor and trader, dealing in currencies, commodities (mainly crude oil), and stocks. Using her background in technical analysis, she spends countless hours identifying market trends, major support and resistance zones, breakouts, and failures. Nadia is the person behind Sunshine Profits' Day Trading Signals.
Keven Young graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. in Economics and a minor in general business that included all core finance classes and multiple electives. Today, he is a full-time Equity Analyst for Alpha Edge Advisors, which is an affiliate of the Dynasty Wealth Community. He's also currently a CFA candidate.
Paul Rejczak is a stock market strategist, who has been known for the quality of his technical and fundamental analysis since the late 90s. He is interested in forecasting market behavior based on both traditional and innovative methods of technical analysis. Paul has made his name by developing mechanical trading systems. Paul is the author of Sunshine Profits' Stock Pick Updates and Gold Daily News.
Paul Lengemann has been involved in the financial markets for over 40 years, for the most part as an economist and foreign exchange analyst. His expertise is using economic and political developments as a guide to interest rate and currency forecasting.
Max Stern is a financial consultant with over 20 years of experience reporting on and working with public and private companies. Mr. Stern lives in Hong Kong and New York City where he covers and analyzes market trends, stock movements, and general financial news for various publications.
Robert Jeremy Goltho Grantham CBE is a British investor and co-founder and chief investment strategist of Grantham, Mayo, & van Otterloo, a Boston-based asset management firm. GMO has more than US$118 billion in assets under management as of March 2015
Gene Garaygordobil has been a reporter and editor in Central California since 1988. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a journalism degree. He has received multiple awards for his writing, reporting and editing. He has worked previously for the Gannett Co., A.H. Belo and the McClatchy Co. He has also taught journalism since 2009.
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