The collapse of Lehman Brothers in September of 2008 plunged the world into its worst recession since the Great Depression of 1929. Even today the Gross Domestic Product of many countries is still below the 2008 peak, particularly in Europe. The question is, can it happen again? The answer is yes. Here’s how…
You have no doubt heard all of the rhetoric behind Trump’s rise to power. And you’ve probably read countless streams of anti-Trump articles. But whether you’re a Trump supporter or not, I urge you to take a step back and view things from a different perspective: The perspective of the Establishment. Once you do, you may change your views forever.
Here’s a look at our 2017 investment outlook, what to expect, how to invest, and what to focus on. It’s going to be a big year, but it won’t be easy. Let this Letter be your guide to a profitable 2017.
Billionaire distressed-debt investor Wilbur Ross, chairman of WL Ross & Co., comments on U.S. financial markets and the possibility of a recession. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg’s Matt Miller and Scarlet Fu on “Bloomberg Markets.”
An international political war is breaking out and the consequences are terrifying. This week, we look at the United States vs. Germany, the events brewing behind the scenes, and what to expect after the US elections.
Something BIG is about to happen and you’re not going to be happy about it. In this week’s Letter, Ivan talks about how money really works and what to expect in the coming months. You won’t believe what the governments are allowing banks to do.
While the Fed has the world focused on a potential rate hike, there is something much more important you should be focusing on. In this week’s Letter, Ivan talks about exactly what that is, how the world is changing to accommodate it, and how to prepare yourself for such an event.
While every one talks about Brexit, the Fed, and Hilary vs. Trump, governments around the world are quietly experimenting with this. And these experiments could affect your kids, and future generations.
When Most People Say They’re Right, They’re Usually Wrong. Here’s a look at the many “right” calls Ivan made when every one else said he was wrong and why he believes the market has topped, as well as what to do about it.