Prices are going up. Inflation has been higher than expected and longer than the Federal Reserve wants. But, longer term, deflation has been a bigger issue and may continue to be so. On The Trey Ware Show, Karl Eggerss explains.
Supply chain disruptions continue and the costs of goods and services continue to rise. On this podcast, Karl Eggerss explains how you can prepare your portfolio and your household for low inventory and rising costs.
You name and it’s pretty much at an all-time high. Karl Eggerss was on The Trey Ware Show explaining why so many risk assets are moving higher and approaching all-time highs.
Like many aspects of the post-pandemic economy (from automobiles to homes to washing machines), supply, not demand, is the issue with the labor market. We look at a few contributing reasons for the labor shortage.
On the Trey Ware Show, Karl Eggerss discussed the ongoing inflation and supply chain issues and how investors might want to hedge against that.
Karl Eggerss was on the Trey Ware Show discussing the changing environment and why investors need to be more creative with their portfolios than they have had to be in the past.
The key to investing success isn’t necessarily forcing yourself to sit through white-knuckle drawdowns but instead positioning your portfolio in advance to avoid white-knuckle syndrome.
On this episode, Karl Eggerss discusses alternative investments as a compliment to investment portfolios. He gives examples and scenarios when they may make sense.
The clock is ticking. Will there be a deal by October 1st? Karl Eggerss was on the Trey Ware Show discussing what this could mean for the markets.
While the Fed’s imminent shift in monetary policy is not expected to impact economic growth, the decline in the Federal government’s fiscal stimulus spending could have a pronounced impact.