Posts Tagged ‘Gold’

Should You Freak Out? – 2011 07 27

Debt Ceiling, Greek and European debt issues, bad global recession…..  Should you freak out? Time to move the cash to the mattress? I don’t think so.  Here are my current thoughts…….. TRANSCRIPT: Hi! Welcome to the Generosity Wealth Management weekly Video/ Newsletter. And this is the last week of July and what is really hot topic in the news right now is the debt ceiling negotiations; you know, should you panic, should you freak out, should you change your portfolio? And I have to tell you that I am actually more optimistic than pessimistic; which is in favor right now. ... Read More

Gold and Chinese Income

Very interesting correlation between Chinese and Indian income levels and the price of gold. Is China and India the reason for Gold’s continued price increase? At least contributing to it if not the cause (remember that correlation does not equate with causation). I think the demand for gold is a factor, which causes me some slight concern due to the bubble that I think China is. India I’m not sure about yet. If the bubble bursts, the demand for and price of gold will decline. Gold and China – Link Read More

Quarter Review / Preview – 2011 07 06

The 2nd Quarter 2011 is over and I have a slightly longer video this week because I include my preview for the 3rd quarter. I talk about what I think of the current economic environment, bucking the trend on some of the pessimism I hear and read about so much anymore. I send my newsletter and videos on a weekly basis, so if you watch only a few througout the year, at least watch my more comprehensive quarterly videos. Click to watch   TRANSCRIPT: Hi! Welcome to the Generosity Wealth Management Video. This video is the second quarter review and ... Read More

Equity Markets and Gold

The stock markets have been making some headlines recently. Last Friday, the DOW declined below 12,000. Should you freak out? Is this the beginning of the end? I also address whether I feel the gold rally will continue. Does it make sense to be a part of your portfolio? TRANSCRIPT: Hi Clients and Friends, Mike Brady here. Just a quick video just to let you know what I’m thinking about this week. And this week I’m thinking about, sort of, the news headlines about the kind of, the steady erosion in the Dow and the stock markets, the equity markets, ... Read More

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