Global Money Trends

Staying on Top of Volatile Global Markets

Vote for “Brexit” – against all Odds; knocks British Pound -11% lower vs US$ and -15% vs Japan’s yen; within Six hours

     Nigel Farage, the man whose party split the Tories and prompted the calls for referendum on the UK’s continued membership within the EU, had some choice words to say as he basked in the result. A majority of UK voters opted to exit from the European Union, – dubbed Brexit on June 24th. “The Vote to Leave has won without…

Jun 28, 2016

Big Disconnect between booming US-Stock market and Sagging US Economy

    It’s often said that Bull markets don’t die of old age. And that’s a good thing. Why? Because the current stock market bull, which was born on March 9, 2009, has become the second longest in history. It’s lived for a full 87-months so far — which is 35-months longer than the average bull market.

Jun 15, 2016