Once again David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins Kevin McCullough to discuss the latest on trade tariffs on steel and other imports imposed by President Trump. Also, it was announced that Larry Kudlow will be the new economic advisor to President Trump. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough Show – Larry Kudlow, Trump's New Economic Advisor
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital, visits with Kevin McCullough to discuss the plans President Trump has to promote trade tariffs on steel and other imported metals. Listen to the interview to find out what potential effects this might have on the economy and more. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough Show – Trump to Impose Trade Tariffs on Steel
Economic expert and CEO of Landmark Capital, David Fischer, joins host Joe Messina to discuss why corporate buybacks are at a record high. They are double what they have been historically and it is only March. Also, find out even more about The Fed unwinding their balance sheet. [Read more…] about The RealSide – Corporate Buybacks are at a Record High
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital, joins Kevin McCullough as a featured guest on his radio show. As a financial expert, David gives his thoughts on the unprecidented amounts of corporate buybacks happening in the stock market and what that means for the DOW. Also, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is set to speak before Congress to discuss the Fed unwinding their balance sheet. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough Show – Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Set to Speak Before Congress
Bond yields for U.S Treasuries have been rising at one of the fastest paced rates in U.S. history. This has caused concern on Wall Street and has become a major focus. Bond King, Jeffrey Gundlach, has said that the yield will rise and as the 10-year Treasury yield approaches 3%, it will cause market turmoil. He has encouraged investors early last year to also invest in Gold. Recently with the U.S. stock market correction, many investors have lost tens of thousands of dollars. A total of over $3 Trillion was lost in market volatility. Many analysts are telling investors not to sell because the economy is on firm footing and this is a normal correction. The U.S. stock market only had a taste of the potential downturn caused from higher bond yields which was due to the Fed unwinding their balance sheet at the start of this year. The biggest test yet to come according to Morgan Stanley, uses the analogy of a meal in that this is an, “Appetizer, not the main course,” which is how the bank strategists recently described the sell-off. Goldman Sachs economist Daan Struyven reported that if there was a surge of the 10-year Treasury yield to 4.5% by year-end, it would cause another 20% to 25% decline in equity prices. Brian Levine, co-head of global equity trading at Goldman Sachs, recently sent out an email to the investment banks larger clients which stated a stunning prediction, “The Buy the Dip Regime is now over. The ‘buy the dip’ mentality needs to be thoroughly punished before we find the bottom.” [Read more…] about Feb Newsletter: The Fed is Selling, The Government is Spending, & The Treasury is Creating, but are These Three Bubbles Bursting?