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Cryptocurrency vs The Stock Market – Which is More Volatile?

In just one week in late March, we saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average fall by more than 700 points one day, and by more than 400 the next. That’s after nine years of a near stairstep pattern higher. Is the sudden volatility telling us something? The world seems to be a lot less stable […]

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The Vietnamese Dong as an Alternative Investment

In Alternative Investments for an Increasingly Volatile Stock Market, we discussed exotic currencies as an alternative investment for the next bear market in stocks. In a follow-up article, we focused on the Iraqi Dinar as one of those currencies. But the Vietnamese dong is also fully qualified as an alternative investment. As 2018 unfolds, the […]

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The Iraqi Dinar as an Alternative Investment

In Alternative Investments for an Increasingly Volatile Stock Market, we discussed foreign currencies – particularly exotic currencies – as an alternative investment for the next bear market in stocks. In that context, the Iraqi Dinar is a particularly attractive alternative investment Alternative investments are the types of assets that tend to perform poorly when conventional […]

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Alternative Investments for an Increasingly Volatile Stock Market

Last week in Are Stocks Starting to Get Spooky? we discussed that 2018 has ushered in a time of volatility in stocks not seen since the Financial Meltdown. Common sense should dictate that after nine years of steady gains in stocks, the end of the current bull market may be in sight. That’s why we […]

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Are Stocks Starting to Get Spooky?

Are you starting to get spooked by the daily swings in the stock market? 2018 has introduced us to a level of volatility in the market that hasn’t been seen since the Financial Meltdown. One day the market is down 400 points, the next day it’s up 200. This back-and-forth action has been playing out […]

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Are Stocks and Bonds Really the Only Assets You Need in Your Portfolio?

With the bull market in stocks that began in 2009 (1982 if you consider the longer-term super bull market), it’s common for investors to hold portfolios consisting entirely of stocks and bonds. But are stocks and bonds really the only assets you need in your portfolio? It may seem that way now, but a deeper […]

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The Outlook for the Vietnamese Dong in 2018

A Southeast Asian country with nearly 95 million residents, and perhaps best-known for the Vietnam War, Vietnam is actually one of the biggest growth stories of the 21st century. That could make the Vietnamese Dong a preferred currency speculation in 2018 and beyond. As the country consolidates and continues its rapid growth, the currency should […]

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The Outlook for the Iraqi Dinar in 2018

No one has a crystal ball, so it’s impossible to make future projections with any real accuracy. But based on the current state of events in Iraq, and in countries in the region – as well as globally – we’re going to give our best estimate for the outlook for the Iraqi Dinar in 2018. […]

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