by Bob Stokes
Updated: November 14, 2017
History shows that in the world of finance, government regulators usually embrace a trend after it's been in force for years -- and usually when the trend is about to turn. With this in mind, learn why investors should be weary of what financial authorities are expressing now.
Financial regulators are nearly always WAY TOO LATE. The damage to your portfolio -- and perhaps to the entire financial system -- will have been done ALREADY.
Prime historic example: Many people believed that the intertwining of commercial and investment banking contributed to the Great Depression of the early 1930s. But the Glass-Steagall Act, which separated the two banking activities, was passed in 1933 -- nearly four years AFTER the Wall Street Crash of 1929.
Here in late 2017, you learned in the video how the U.S. government is once AGAIN following the current financial trend.
Does the current financial sentiment among financial regulators -- and even a prominent U.S. Cabinet member -- signal that a big stock market trend change is just ahead?
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