The longest bull market in history may finally be over

Investors need to take care with their money as we head toward what will almost certainly be a bear market in 2019

The longest bull market in history may finally be overWhile the western world celebrated the Christmas season, the stock markets showed signs of distress. Investors saw two historic events: the largest point drop of the Dow Jones industrial average ever on Christmas Eve, followed by the largest one-day gain, 1,086 points, on Dec. 26. One would expect that after this historic rally of the…

Political turmoil in Italy spreads to global financial markets

As Europeans begin to head south for the summer, the market seems to be following them

Political turmoil in Italy spreads to global financial marketsBy Kenneth Kaczkowski and Isaac Maresky Troy Media exclusive The political trouble brewing in Italy has spilled over to global markets. The consequences are serious. As Italy’s newly-elected prime minister failed to form a government, Italian short-term bond yields had their biggest spike in 26 years. And the turmoil in Italian bond markets spread into…

Lofty valuations, volatile markets leave investors anxious

It seems as if investors have forgotten how to gauge market uncertainty. Any potential bad news has them panicking

Lofty valuations, volatile markets leave investors anxiousBy Kenneth Kaczkowski and Isaac Maresky Troy Media exclusive The start of 2018 has seen markets flashing red, with investors questioning the stability of the market. February’s meltdown led to a significant market correction of over 10 per cent. Volatility has become just one of several fears, with the recent technology selloff and fears of…