Saturday , 23 October 2021

Finance

Ben Bernanke On the Pros & Cons of Negative Interest Rates (+8K Views)

We can't rule out the possibility that, at some point in the next few years, our economy will slow, perhaps significantly. How would the Federal Reserve respond? What tools remain in the monetary toolbox? In this and a subsequent post, I discuss some policy options the Fed might consider, focusing first on negative interest rates.

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These 4 Companies Are Capitalizing On the Work-From-Home Practice

The work-from-home practice has tripled to 45% since the coronavirus outbreak and many organizations predict that work-from-home employees will remain a large part of the disparate workforce even after the pandemic and this is expected to help the following 4 stocks realize significant earnings growth and resultant major gains in their stock prices.

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“Helicopter” Money & Negative Interest Rates Are On the Horizon

As the ripple effect of the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, central banks have been quick to act in slashing interest rates. However, with rates already sitting at historic lows before the crisis, it is possible that banks may be forced to employ more unconventional and controversial techniques to try and calm the economy as time goes on.

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These 39 States Don’t Have Enough Money To Pay Their Bills

The 11th annual Financial State of the States report, a nationwide analysis of the most recent state government financial information - completed prior to the coronavirus pandemic - has just been released and it found that 39 states did not have enough money to pay all of their bills.

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How To Build A Truly Diversified Portfolio

Building a portfolio to withstand the storms of life means understanding even a portfolio of the most reliable and sturdy securities will take hits along the way and diversification allows your portfolio to keep moving forward.

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Debt Default Only Way Out For U.S.

The next downward move in stocks will have central banks running to the rescue. Virtually every country will need to go negative with interest rates which will set off a chain of events that will change the world and the global financial systems. Here’s the playbook on how I believe this will all play out:

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