NetWorth Radio Advance Report - March 19, 2018

In this NetWorth Radio Advance Report, Spencer McGowan, President of McGowanGroup Asset Management, delivers financial news and intelligence with insights you can act on for March 19, 2018.

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The soothsayer that warned Julius Ceasar to stay home on March 15th in Shakespeare’s play is a superstition spanning centuries.
This week’s NetWorth Media program addresses dire predictions for the financial markets by providing a fast paced tour with investment strategy implications.
Some of the predictions that have been made by newsletter authors and forecasters often guide investors to be too pessimistic. For example, last year’s saber rattling by Kim Jung Un rattled many investors. Yet, “Rocketman” is now ready to meet with Trump.
Do trade wars pose a huge danger to the U.S. economy?
Is the White House in chaos and is there an impact on the financial markets?
Will the U.S. dollar collapse? How should investors protect against inflation and interest rate increases?
Is the Federal debt too large to service without foreign buyers of U.S. Treasuries?
Will interest rates rise aggressively?
Are trade deficits a huge danger?
Was February the start of a broad market correction?
Does baby boomer retirement signal a substantial long term slowdown in the United States?
What would Warren Buffet do? WWWBD?
Join us for the program to explore factual answers and implications for investment strategy for 2018 and 2019.

Headline Round Up!

*Housing Prices Spike!
*The Big Shift in U.S. Equity Markets
Dow Jones Industrial Average Index (Approx. 3 Years)

-Courtesy of Bloomberg LP 

*U.S Dollar: The Real Story over 10 Years!
U.S. Dollar Currency Index Spot Price (Approx. 10 Years)

-Courtesy of Bloomberg LP

*U.S. Federal Debt vs Household Net Worth.
J.P. Morgan Guide to the Markets 1st Quarter 2018

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-J.P.Morgan Guide To The Markets

*Interest Rates Rising?
C.B.O.E. Short Term Interest Rate Index and 30 Year Treasury Bond Yield Index (1 Year)

-Courtesy of Bloomberg LP

*U.S. Trade Deficits.
U.S. Trade Balances (Approx. 27 years)

-Courtesy of Bloomberg LP

*Crossover Point for MLP’s? ClearBridge Research.


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Investors are invited to improve decision making with a comprehensive tour of global economics, indicators, and actual results.
*ClearBridge on Energy Income Investing – Dangers and Potential Rewards.

As of November 27, 2017. Source: Partnership reports and Wells Fargo Securities estimates (organic capex estimates include MLP and C-corp); Bloomberg Finance L.P.For illustrative purposes only. Estimates are inherently limited and should not be relied upon as indicators of future performance or forecast of actual future events. Capital expenditures (capex) , also called capital spending, is an amount spent by a company to acquire or upgrade productive assets (such as buildings, machinery and equipment, vehicles) in order to increase the capacity or efficiency of a company for more than one accounting period. EBITDA measures earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization.

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