Independent Advisor Blog
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Over the past few years, some highly respected economists have been alarming investors with their predictions that the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE) program fuels inflation. When inflation heats up, interest rates rise, and investors who own both stocks and bonds see the value of their bonds fall.Read More
The current presidential race shows populist sentiment within the country. In the Republican Party, it is represented by Donald Trump, while Bernie Sanders is the progressive vessel for Democratic Party voters.Read More
The deficit is the annual difference between what the U.S. government spends and what it takes in by taxing. The debt adds up all of those yearly deficits. If our country’s goal is less government debt, we have a few options:Read More
Because different countries have different currencies, overseas travel is usually more complicated than domestic travel. Likewise, overseas investing is more complex than domestic investing. However, just as foreign travel adds diversity to your travel experiences, so foreign assets add diversification to your portfolio.Read More