It’s official… BREXIT is happening, Britain is leaving the EU. It’s mathematically impossible for Greece to pay their way out of the debt they’re in. Beijing and Moscow are aligning with the intent to bypass the American dollar in currency strength. The stock markets are very sensitive to what’s happening in the news. The Bull Market appears to be slowing down. Gold is still on the move up, for now. Metals are outperforming metals by 2-3 times. David says he’s calling for a Bull Market in gold and MAY be calling for a Bear Market in stocks in the near future, but not just yet. [Read more…] about Stock Market, Gold, And The TRUMP Economy!
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital, joins The Carol Blonder Show. David starts off by talking about the market. Gold is up 8.2% currently, silver is up 12.7%, and the Dow is up 3.6%. What does that mean? Gold is outperforming the Dow 2 times over and silver 3 times over. David explains what a bull market is and why we are in it. President Trump has encountered a wall of his own when the repeal for Obama Care was denied. Carol and David discuss more on the debt ceiling and David goes into detail about what is happening. [Read more…] about The Carol Blonder Show – Market Update, Obama Care, And The Debt Ceiling
Kevin McCullough and David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital are back again for another exciting segment. David and Kevin discuss the major updates happening within the market, what will happen with Obama Care, and how will President Trump and his team react to the denied repeal. Kevin asks David if this is a permanent solution, how will this affect the markets, and what will be the next move from President Trump. The debt ceiling has been flipped around due to the recent changes in the market, and the concern of the dollar rises! [Read more…] about The Kevin McCullough Show – Denied Repeal, Market Update, Debt Ceiling
Recently we were inflicted with the choice that had a lesser of two evils. Although the decision was made in early November, the topic still infuriates a multitude. Which would be worse, the continued raising of the debt ceiling or not raising our spending and possibly causing a default on our financial obligations? People that support the raising of the debt ceiling continue to say that this is not additional spending but already following through with what we’ve agreed to spend. This sounds good in theory and is actually how it works. Why do we have an $18.2 trillion national debt that continues to escalate? When is the time when we will stop this insanity? [Read more…] about Raising The Debt Ceiling or Raising Our Spending