Category Archives: Scarcity/Allocation
Orlando, Florida – I’m camped out in Orlando, Florida at the World Money Show as I type where I’m talking numbers, markets, and how to turn your money into real wealth.
There are several thousand savvy investors here and it’s real privilege to take the stage!
Speaking of which, we had a great presentation yesterday – admittedly, one of my favorites – Every Dollar You’re Going to Make for the Next Ten Years Is STILL on This List.
I had standing room only for one simple reason.
That presentation sets up the framework smart investors need to turn ideas into action.
And, hopefully, one heckuva lot of profit potential.
Things that’ll be “different this time” usually aren’t, especially when it comes to hot stoves, hot steering wheels, and hot bond markets. Touch ’em and you’ll get burned, or so goes the thinking.
Every once in a while, though, the situation plays out.
Take the inverted yield curve that caused last Friday’s vicious selloff and made countless headlines around the world when it happen for the first time since 2007.
Contrary to what Wall Street and legions of economists want you to believe, it may NOT be the harbinger of doom that it’s been for the past 50 years.