Why to Beware of "Bondmaggedon"
by Robert Folsom
Updated: January 12, 2018
2018: The Year Major Markets DON'T Hold the Line?
You saw it yourself: A major market "held the line" for 40 years ...
... Until it didn't.
We alerted Financial Forecast Service subscribers to the coming generational turn-in-trend as early as 2016. You can still get ahead of this market -- and prepare for more opportunities to come in major financial markets in 2018.
Read on to see what we see.
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