Interest Rate Fears: The Fed’s Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Yesterday, 10-year Treasury yields jumped past the 1.5% trigger point I warned about last week. Right on cue, the tech-heavy Nasdaq plunged 3.5% — its worst sell-off since October.
It’s not just Wall Street that’s in a panic. The federal government and many sectors of the economy are desperate to keep long-term bond yields low.
The question all of them are asking is: Can the Federal Reserve come to the rescue?
In today’s video, you’ll find out the only two options the Fed has left. Both could potentially control bond yields, but not without big risks…
High Stakes Fed Decision
Watch today’s video to find out how to protect and grow your portfolio, no matter what the Fed decides.
You’ll also discover:
- This drastic measure taken during World War II might save stocks today, but it would come at a big cost to the federal government … and you. (6:56-12:09)
- The Fed can tamp down yields by issuing more short-term debt, but there’s a catch that would pull the rug out from underneath growth stocks. (12:09-15:51)
- Which stocks will hand you big gains, even if policymakers fail to contain rising inflation and bond yields. (15:51-16:50)
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Last week I shared the news that my Profit Switch research service had just closed out two of its best gains … both for well over 100% in profit after holding for five and eight months. I wanted to add today that we logged another triple-digit winner on Tuesday when we sold our remaining shares in Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE) for a gain of 108% in just six months! That was after we banked more than 100% in profits on half of the position late last year after holding for only four months.
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— Dave G.
An economist by training, I grew up in the U.S. but emigrated to South Africa in the mid-1980s where I became deeply involved in the development and implementation of post-apartheid economic and urbanization policy. During the 90s and 2000s, I was a consultant to a variety of entities, including African and European governments and the United Nations.