Check out Money Radio Monday on The Kevin McCullough Radio Show with CEO of Landmark Capital with David Fisher of Landmark capital. Learn more about Modern Monetary Theory MMT and how this framework is going to impact the United States economy.
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins the Kevin McCullough show to discuss what is going on in the markets and the future of the economy. David starts explaining that the main 6 sectors in the stock markets are at a crossroad and this causing an up and down fluctuation in the markets. David says that investors need to be defensive and be hasty with where you put your money and get your money out of the market. Switching to cash is ultimately the safest move to make and will ensure that you don’t lose money. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough – The Main Sectors At A Crossroad
David Fischer joins The Kevin McCullough show to discuss what’s going on in the economy and the current status of the markets. Canada has been pressured into going into trade with Mexico and the United States, and they are opening up U.S. Dairy Farmers to access of 3.5% without tariffs. The EU is signing what is called the joint comprehension plan that was agreed upon decades ago with Iran. This now allows European companies and allies to do open trade with Iran. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough – Canada Steps Up In A Trade Agreement
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins the Kevin McCullough show to discuss what is going on in the economy and how the markets are doing. The FED is going to be raising rates this week, and the 200 billion dollars worth in tariffs are going live this week and the Chinese market did not react well to this. Retaliation has come into place, naturally, with 60 billion dollars in tariffs. China has also written a white paper stating they do not want to negotiate with the United States anymore. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough – 200 Billion Dollars In Tariffs In Place
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins The Kevin McCullough Show to discuss what is going on in the market and the global economy. It’s the 10-year remembrance of the massive fall Lehman Brothers and it is causing the market to have a little bit of uncertainty. David talks about how this is a spending problem and how that the debt should have been addressed decades ago. Tariffs are also a topic that has been causing the markets to be off. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough – 10 Year Anniversary Of The Lehman Brothers Fall