Pigs are pretty intelligent mammals and forest-dwelling wild pigs are known to be especially wily. However, there’s a traditional method for trapping them.
In the face of the ongoing crises around the world, wise investors have continued to attempt to ensure that their portfolios remain well-diversified against overexposure to any single asset class.
The American public are therefore left to ponder whether it may be that a vastly unpopular Trojan Donkey may be closer to the presidency than she presently appears.
Many investors have chosen to use physical precious metals for the purpose of diversifying their portfolios, recalling their long-storied role as safe havens in times of economic and geopolitical turmoil.
Many investors continue to acquire additional physical precious metals for the purposes of portfolio diversification, acquiring new products for their portfolios.
Market volatility should be expected to remain at elevated levels as US politics shift into full madness mode ahead of the upcoming Presidential elections in November.
Every four or five years, throughout the former Free World, it’s election time and those who live in what passes for a democracy get to vote – to choose a poster boy who will play the role of leader in the farcical stage show of politics.
The continued spread of the novel coronavirus outside of China was the top concern for most news outlets this week. The friction between President Trump and the House of Representatives continued to escalate this week, even as his impeachment Trial in the Senate came to its conclusion.
In the days of yore, there were kings. Everybody could agree to hate the king because he was rich and well-fed, when most of his minions were not.
Headlines regarding the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China were again the primary drivers for market moves this week. It is increasingly odd that the mainstream media seems to find news coming out of China more reliable than their sources based in the U.S.