Why Tech Companies Are Not The Same As Dot-com Companies

Think back to the late 1990’s when Amazon only sold books. When Yahoo was the largest search engine. When was worth more than a billion dollars. This time is now known as the Dot-com Bubble and it taught us a big investing lesson: do not let your eagerness to... read more

How Currencies Can Create Crisis

Reach into your wallet and pull out a dollar bill. That bill is a medium of exchange built upon trust. If one day nobody were to trust the U.S. dollar as a medium of exchange, the crisp dollar bill in your hand would be nothing but fancy toilet paper. It happened to... read more

Buying Opportunities In The Bond Market

As an investor, it is important to understand how interest rates affect bonds. Once you understand this relationship, you can keep a keen eye on the Federal Reserve’s adjustments of interest rates to identify a buying opportunity. The Great Bond Massacre of 1994 is a... read more

Taking Advantage of Market Declines

On October 19, 1987, Wall Street watched with disbelief as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged a near 23%, giving birth to the event that is now referred to as Black Monday. This crash sparked fear among investors about the certainty of markets as it was the... read more

What The Savings and Loan Crisis Tells Us About Investing

The Savings and Loan Crisis of the 1980s is recognized as the most catastrophic collapse of the banking industry since the Great Depression. This crisis, according to the General Accounting Office, caused an estimated $132.1 billion loss to taxpayers. How could this... read more

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