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Keith Springer discusses how the congressional budget battle and the Federal Reserve taper will affect investors’ retirement portfolios.
Ben Bernanke is Walter White – Welcome to the Breaking Bad economy Written by Keith Springer 9.20.13 While anxiously watching the last episodes of Breaking Bad, I was struck by a very interesting comparison: Ben Bernanke is Walter White. Both … Continue reading →
Written by Keith Springer 9.12.13 Apple (AAPL) had a party on Tuesday, and nobody came. It was supposed to be a big day. They rolled out their new premium 5S and cheapo 5C version. However the big news was supposed … Continue reading →
Life After Wartime Written by Keith Springer 9.5.13 I can’t believe Labor Day has passed already. When I lived in Boston, it signified the end of summer. Now that I’m in California, it means the best summer weather is still … Continue reading →
08.21.13- CNBC invited me to be on the set live in New York to explain what the Fed actions will mean to the economy, the markets, and individual investors. Click “More” below to watch the video.
Adult Diapers, The Next Apple? Written by Keith Springer 8.8.13 As I relentlessly search for economic and market indicators to help guide us to make sure my clients retirement dreams stay on track, an interesting thought crossed my mind. With … Continue reading →
Did The Bond Bubble Burst? Written by Keith Springer 6.13.13 Bill Gross, Pimco’s bond guru and Wall Street Bond King, shocked the investing world on April 29 when he announced that “The secular 30-yr bull market in bonds is over”. … Continue reading →
Bernanke’s Loose Threats Spook Markets Written by Keith Springer 5.31.13 Investors have been cautious since last week’s comments by the Federal Reserve (FOMC) that the economy might be strong enough to stand on its own and further stimulus might … Continue reading →
Written by Keith Springer 5.9.13 I want to know, why is Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke so dang lonely? Seriously, how else can you explain his actions? I mean it was just 2 weeks ago that several of the Fed … Continue reading →
Written by Keith Springer| 5.2.13 In a recent talk with an investment club, I was asked to compare the cyclical demographic problems our country is facing, which I explain in-depth in Facing Goliath- How To Triumph In The Dangerous Market … Continue reading →