This week’s discussion:
- Stocks are at an all-time high and bond yields are rising due to inflation. January’s inflation number was highest in 4 years. Not a good combination, something has to give.
- Reminds us of the big bear markets of last 30 years: 1987, 2000 and 2008. Same set-up exactly. Investors were maximally bullish at the top then, too. If you are interested, look over the attached report by Martin Weiss — we think he nailed it.
- It’s a risky environment but you don’t have to stop growing your capital. We have good products with zero downside that’ll keep your money growing nicely.
As well as their investment merits, our products also give you significant latitude to control how much tax you pay.
For the Ladies
You’re staying at work well past normal retirement age. That’s good for saving but is your portfolio working as hard as you are? If it’s not you could be losing out on thousands of dollars. We see many portfolios with returns like a bank account!
In other words, you are taking a great deal of risk for a very low return. It happens because brokerage statements are difficult to understand so you, the investor, can’t monitor how your broker is doing. Don’t let that happen to you. Come in and we’ll show you what’s going on and what to do about it.