While the inflation slightly declined in July from the 40-year high level, it remains elevated. Inflation still being uncomfortable to policymakers, the aggressive interest rate hike might continue, with better-than-expected economic... More of this article »
From the lows…
The Nasdaq alone has rallied about 24% in just 2 months.
Does that mean we’re out of the woods?
I recorded a 3-minute FREE video (I do this every week) revealing what I see happening in... More of this article »
Over the past few years, retail investors have shown they have the power (money) to take stock prices to ‘the moon’ if they operate as a group.
Last year it was GameStop (GME) and AMC (AMC).
Just a... More of this article »
In July, AXS Investments debuted US-based investors’ first single stock Exchange Traded Funds. These ETFs allow investors to gain leverage on certain individual stocks.
However, because you are using leverage, there is more... More of this article »
High inflation, rising interest rates, and economic uncertainties have discouraged home buyers this year. However, increased regional population distribution, rising demand for rental properties, and appreciating property... More of this article »
Using covered calls on index ETFs is a popular way to produce additional cash flow from holding stocks. For instance, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) is not only the most heavily traded ETF in the world, but it’s also commonly... More of this article »
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, inflation surged 8.5% year-over-year in July, lower than the consensus estimates. The stock market rejoiced on the news, with the S&P 500 gaining 2.1% in the last trading... More of this article »
The Fed’s attempts to keep the red-hot inflation under check by aggressively hiking the benchmark interest rates have kept the economy under severe stress. The GDP decline for two consecutive quarters makes many economists believe... More of this article »
Do you believe the current market rally is here to stay?
That belief would mean that despite two consecutive quarters of negative Gross Domestic Profit numbers and the Federal Reserve continuing to increase interest rates as a... More of this article »
The Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes to combat high inflation and consecutive economic contraction have kept the mortgage rates volatile. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.99% in the week ending August 4, down... More of this article »