Sleeping well is tough with the volatility of our economy The stock market is volatile. The CEOs salaries are out of control. The hedge funds are losing money. What options does that leave for the safety investors? Where can we invest our money to ensure it will not lose value? A bigger question is [...]
The current state of the world economy is about as volatile as it has ever been since WWII. Many investors have run to safety and made huge purchases in the only one really safe vehicle available-US Treasuries. Buying Treasuries is definitely a safe investment option….or is it? It is true that US Treasuries carry no risk, no risk in your investment being lost. However, there is another risk associated with investing in US Treasuries.
The history of US Treasuries is fascinating and if you position the story right, it could make you that extra sale once in a while. US Treasuries go back to this country’s independence. The Revolutionary War was fought against Great Britain by the colonies as a united front but funded and manned by each individual state.
The simple answer is this: it probably will never be repaid, it has been and probably always be part of our American heritage. The history of US Treasuries is fascinating story in and of itself. It began when our country began. US Treasuries go back to this country’s independence. The Revolutionary War was fought against Great Britain by the colonies as a united front but funded and manned by each individual state.
A safety net can be important when things go bad Several noted economists and distinguished investors are indicating a bumpy ride ahead for the stock market, not only in America but worldwide. Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, recently offered caution on national news when he declared, “The public is walking into a trap again as they [...]
If an investor is thinking of investing in bonds, the first rule to learn is: a bond is nothing more than a debt instrument, a loan. Think of buying a bond like making a loan to a corporation, government, federal agency or other organization. Bond issuers understand that investors are not going to invest without [...]
Should auld acquaintances be forgot, And never brought to mind? And never brought to mind, as some stock and bond market investors would prefer? Certain trends that began last year will likely carry over into 2019. These were four horsemen that made their acquaintance last year (listed in chronological [...]
Should your important money be an investment or should it be a deposit? How do you know the difference and how do you decide what is best for you? What exactly is “Safe Money?” Is it money that needs to be risk free? Is it money that needs to be available? What exactly is the true definition of “Safe Money?” The answer may surprise you…the answer is based on your specific situation and your desired goals. For many people “Safe Money” is money that will be there when it is needed.