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The Greek Clash: Should I Stay, or Should I Go?

Most days, the lead article on every financial news website is a six-year-old story about whether Greece is going to leave the Eurozone or require more loans from other European countries to stay there.

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The Greek Clash: Should I Stay, or Should I Go?

Why Every Country Can’t Export More

As Germany and Japan join China in trying to export their way out of their economic dilemmas, the world is pinning its hopes on U.S. consumers—many of whom have not received a raise in six years.

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Why Every Country Can’t Export More

Why Brexit Matters Matters to Your Portfolio

By: Financial Advisor Tim Hayes AIF®, CRPS®, AWMA®, CFS®, APMA® - posted in: Investing - Last updated Aug 21, 2019

The Brexit vote amplifies the forces that were already causing slower worldwide economic growth, keeping interest rates low, and providing a favorable backdrop for bonds.

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Why Brexit Matters Matters to Your Portfolio

President Trump’s Risky Bet Against Trade

President Trump, and his top economic adviser Peter Navarro, are questioning the benefits of trade, especially when that trade causes the U.S. to have a trade deficit with another country.

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President Trump’s Risky Bet Against Trade

I’m Positive Negative Interest Rates Won’t Work

There is much talk in the financial press about Central Banks imposing ‘negative interest’ rates—which adds yet another oxymoron to a list that includes ‘Great Depression,’ ‘jumbo shrimp,’ and ‘open secret.’

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