How to Sleep Tight While We Sort Through the Fed’s Double-Talk

The Fed cut interest rates by 25 basis points yesterday.

The markets didn’t like that very much. They wanted 50 basis points and a promise to decrease further in the future.

Although the Fed did reference global concerns and slower business spending as concerns, they made no such promise.

The Fed continues to insist they are on no set course.

The Fed’s prepared statement noted that, “Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in July indicates that the labor market remains strong and that economic activity has been rising at a moderate rate. Job gains have been solid, on average, in recent months, and the unemployment rate has remained low.”

That sounds more like a reason to hike rates rather than cut them, but the Fed sees something in their crystal ball they don’t like.

That’s why I’m going to show you how to be ready if that happens, so you can rest easy

1.8 Million Reasons Why Wall Street Should Rethink Value

Every time I go online and read about the markets, sooner or later some well-intentioned yet misguided know-it-all tells me that what is known as value investing doesn’t work anymore.

After all, the value indexes haven’t kept up with the growth indexes, or the market itself.

That, on its face, is true.

The bottom half of the Russell 2000 as measured by price-to-book value has underperformed the top half for several years now.

But there’s more to this issue than one lousy metric.

With the right value approach, you can earn wildly profitable returns and avoid major market downturns. Let me show you

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