Archive for September 2020

Three Things the Election Won’t Change

“Truth is many areas of the market won’t experience change,” Zach Scheidt says… regardless of who occupies the Oval Office. Read More

The Election, Capital Gains and Roths

On the eve of the first 2020 presidential debate, The 5 takes on potential changes to the tax code. Read More

“Tech Wreck” — It’s Over

By and large, MAGA stocks plus Facebook have been taking a September breather before resuming their epic run-up. Here’s why… Read More

The Fed vs. the People

Since the Fed swooped into the corporate bond market six months ago, it’s purchased the debt of about 800 companies. So who are the real beneficiaries? Read More

First Isn’t Good Enough

Being first with a vaccine isn’t the key. It’s being first and being right. Whoever does that stands to make its investors immense fortunes. Read More

The Thing About a Vaccine…

If “economic recovery” depends on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus, the pace of recovery might be slower than expected. Read More

Guardian Gold

“The dollar has now started its final journey to ZERO,” says Egon von Greyerz of Matterhorn Asset Management. So with inflation knocking on the door: “Gold stands as the guardian.” Read More

Battery Leak

Good thing Elon Musk doesn’t follow the dictum of never reading his own press… He reveals clues ahead of Tesla’s Battery Day event. Read More

Tesla’s Missing Puzzle Piece

We’re four days away from “Battery Day” — an event Tesla founder Elon Musk has successfully hyped… So what’s Musk got up his sleeve? Read More

Three More Years?!

The ugly reality for savers? Rock-bottom interest rates for at least the next three years. That’s where the Wall Street acronym TINA comes into play… Read More