Why Global Investors Should Pay Attention to “Non-Confirmations”
“Markets almost always splinter when big changes in social mood are afoot”
by Bob Stokes
Updated: March 23, 2020
Prepare Now for a Major Global Monetary Event
If EWI’s analysis is correct, the next major global monetary event will be deflation.
Deflation is rare.
The 2007-2009 global financial crisis was a brush with deflation. The last “all-out” deflation was in the early 1930s. No doubt – you know what happened then. It was a financially scary time – to say the least.
Get insights into why you should get ready now for another deflationary episode.
The global stock market downturn is a lesson in how quickly financial conditions can change.
Now – prepare for what’s likely next.
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