By Nicholas – Published on February 13, 2018
It would be difficult to conceive of a more meaningful topic for investors than the recent 'correction' in many global equity markets. This sharp movement lower has been accompanied by action in the US bond market that isn't what one would expect to see in the middle of a selling...
By Nicholas – Published on February 11, 2018
***Author's Note: Any statements in this piece that could be construed as opinion, are the opinion of the author, and not Cambridge House International. This work is not intended as investment advice, nor should it be used as such.*** A decade ago when the US markets were on the edge of...
By Nicholas – Published on February 9, 2018
World markets continue to be sold, with most assets now joining the equity exchanges in a torrent of red pixels. All of the major US indices were down for the day, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average posting a psychologically significant 1000 point loss. Today that number isn't as dire as...
By Nicholas – Published on February 6, 2018
World markets seem to be in the midst of a selling panic. The 666 point drop that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) looks like it was a portent of nasty things to come. The selling on most of the world's equity exchanges on Monday continued around at the open in Asia on Tuesday, with...
By Nicholas – Published on November 26, 2017
A recent note from French banking giant Societe Generale (SocGen) had a rather unpopular opinion hidden it its depths. Unlike many of the investment banks, SocGen sees a bear market coming in US equities. Though according to their projections, it will be short, and shallow. The note outlined a...
By Nicholas – Published on October 12, 2017
The equity markets have seen a huge rise around the world in the wake of 2008, with the Dow now trading north of 22,800 at the time of writing. The increase in the value of everything from stocks to bonds may have been fueled by the enormous amount of debt that has been created by the central...
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