The following is a brief, hopefully easy to understand, explanation of where we feel global markets presently stand.
In this video I compare the tech bubble of 2001-02 and the financial crisis in 2008 with today’s COVID-19 market crash. By reviewing the S&P 500 and the U.S. 10-year Treasury, I give you some insight as to what may happen in the United States investment markets.
In this video, Trent discusses three things to look for when monitoring your investments during these challenging times.
The majority of all global trade is done in US dollars. The US dollars that are outside of the US are referred to as Eurodollars. Eurodollars came about after World War II when the United States started to import goods from other countries. In July 1944, the Bretton Woods agreement, established by 44 nations, promised that their central banks would maintain fixed exchange rates between their
The S&P 500 is in the process of forming the right shoulder of a head and shoulders pattern. In this video, I discuss the beginning of the formation, where we are today, and what is needed to complete the pattern.
This video explains how dollar-cost averaging works in your investments.
This video reviews three market indicators that measure risk or fear in the stock and bond markets. This is meant to give you an ideas on when the best time may be to rebalance your portfolio in volatile markets.
What to do when stock markets crash? This video takes you through what is happening as of March 16, 2020, along with potential next steps. This is for anyone concerned about their investment portfolio, concerned about retirement, or their overall financial future.
IntroductionThe following is a brief, hopefully easy to understand, explanation of where we feel global markets presently stand.