Tag: Recession

Use ETFs To Make Money In This Volatile Market

December 7, 2011 | By | Reply More
Use ETFs To Make Money In This Volatile Market

Have you been investing in the stock market over the past few weeks?  If so, you’ve certainly been on a rollercoaster ride.  We’ve seen over a 1,000 point swing higher in the Dow over this period. But, don’t turn your back now, not even for a second, the ride isn’t over yet. No doubt about […]

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How To Profit From The Falling US Dollar

May 18, 2009 | By | Reply More
How To Profit From The Falling US Dollar

This weekend I got a call from my uncle.  He recently switched jobs and now runs a small electrician’s office.  In the flurry of new paperwork, he realized his 401K was still sitting at his old employer.  He decided to roll it over to his new employer. He’s a smart guy.  And he’s managed to […]

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What You Can Learn About Investing From The FoodTV Network

March 13, 2009 | By | Reply More
What You Can Learn About Investing From The FoodTV Network

I have a dirty little secret.  I love to watch TV.  Not just any TV however.  My passions are split three ways… first is the financial networks (Would it be anything else?).  Second is sports, especially pro football (Go Chicago Bears!).  Third and finally is the FoodTV Network. I’ll admit I have a passion for […]

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Is General Electric (GE) Bankrupt?

March 6, 2009 | By | Reply More
Is General Electric (GE) Bankrupt?

This economy is dismal.  The unemployment numbers just crossed the news wire and we’re hitting new highs.  More than 600,000 people have lost their job just in the last month.  Right now the unemployment rate is at 8.1% – a level last seen in the early 1980s.  That recession was horrible… this is worse. I’m […]

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Residential REIT’s – Is Now The Time To Buy?

February 6, 2009 | By | Reply More
Residential REIT’s – Is Now The Time To Buy?

Last issue I talked about part of my experience in Aspen.  While wandering the upper-crust, very wealthy city, I realized the recession was impacting everyone.  Normally the wealthy tend to sidestep the worst of an economic downturn… but this time it’s different. If you didn’t get a chance to read that article, you can check […]

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Is The Recession Now A Depression?

February 4, 2009 | By | Reply More
Is The Recession Now A Depression?

You may have noticed something a little different about The Dynamic Wealth Report over the last few issues.  No, the content didn’t change (if anything it got better).  My colleagues, Robert and Corey were kind enough to author the last few issues.  I thought they did a great job… don’t you? While they were working […]

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How Unemployment Numbers Will Impact The Stock Market

January 9, 2009 | By | Reply More
How Unemployment Numbers Will Impact The Stock Market

The second I stepped into my car I knew today would be interesting.  On my daily commute, I always tune my radio to the Financial News Network.  It’s an all business/all news radio program.  I guess studying the market ten to twelve hours a day isn’t enough for me.  I’ve got to listen to market […]

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This Company Performs Well During Recessions

December 5, 2008 | By | Reply More
This Company Performs Well During Recessions

It’s official.  The National Bureau of Economic Research waved their magic wand and decreed the end of economic expansion.  The official proclamation calls the recession start date as December 2007.  I just don’t understand what took so long for them to figure it out? I mean really.  Twelve months to decide we’re in a recession… […]

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Oil Prices To Fall Further Despite Production Cuts

October 24, 2008 | By | Reply More
Oil Prices To Fall Further Despite Production Cuts

Did you see the news today about OPEC?  We’re entering a global recession, and they cut oil production by 1.5 million barrels a day.  OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) for those of you who don’t know is a global cartel of oil producing nations who meet regularly to set production levels.  They have the […]

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Protect Your Investment Portfolio Against Inflation And Stagflation

May 30, 2008 | By | Reply More
Protect Your Investment Portfolio Against Inflation And Stagflation

The results are in . . . and the results are surprising to say the least. Economic data posted this week shows that the US Economy grew during the first quarter at 0.9%.  I was totally surprised, and I’m sure you were too.  Given the deteriorating credit markets and the collapse of the housing industry […]

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