Companies who have massive, unsustainable debt burdens will not qualify for bailout money. Indeed, the Federal Reserve believes that its $4 trillion loan program should be reserved for companies with “safe” credit ratings. Lobbyists are actively trying to convince the … Continue reading Bailout: No Money for “Junk” Debt-Laden Businesses?
Remember Michael Bury from the Wolf of Wall Street? After predicting the collapse of the financial markets, he declared his intention of investing in water. In hindsight, this appears like an inspired bet: While 70% of the Earth is covered … Continue reading [ETF] 2 Water ETFs to Diversify your Portfolio
Nike and Adidas are the two largest sporting goods companies in the world. But which one is the better investment? Continue reading Nike vs Adidas: Which is the Better Investment?
Are you risk-adverse and looking to invest in well managed companies with a long history of growth and innovation? Do you like the added bonus of receiving regular dividend payments? In this series, I present resent stocks with solid balance … Continue reading Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade [V]
The $6 trillion bailout currently being debated in Congress will ensure that more than 90% of American taxpayers will receive a check from the United States government. Here are the main provisions of the proposed bailout: INDIVIDUALS: Single adults with … Continue reading Checks Will Take Weeks to Reach Americans. Also, No Bailout for Cruise Lines?
Are you risk-adverse and looking to invest in well managed companies with a long history of growth and innovation? Do you like the added bonus of receiving regular dividend payments? If so, you’re in the right place! In this series, … Continue reading Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade [MSFT]
As feared, the coronavirus crisis has caused unemployment claims to surge: This morning, the US Labor Department revealed that 3.283 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, up 282,000 from the week before. This is the highest figure ever … Continue reading A Record 3.3 Million Americans Apply for Unemployment Benefits
Does Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) really need introducing? Invented in 1886 by pharmacist John Stith Pemberton, Coca-Cola is the world’s best-selling soda and arguably the most recognizable drink in the world. But is the brand it once was? In recent years, … Continue reading Stocks to Buy for the Next Decade: The Coca-Cola Company
This morning, news broke out that U.S. Senators have agreed to a $2 trillion relief package to ‘bailout’ individuals and industries most impacted by the coronavirus crisis. However, Trump administration economist Larry Kudlow said today that the total package will … Continue reading A $6 Trillion Stimulus? $4 Trillion is Discretionary Fed Money
White House official Eric Eueland has declared that U.S. senators and the Trump administration have finally agreed to the details of the $2 trillion bailout for the coronavirus-stricken economy. The proposed legislation will: Hand out cash directly to Americans, Provide … Continue reading BAILOUT: Senate Agreement Reached!