The Brexit is Official – Here’s What Investors Need to Know!

On June 23, 2016, Britain surprised the world with a referendum vote to leave the European Union. Now, some nine months later, it’s officially on the books. On March 29, British Prime Minister, Theresa May, sent a letter to the head of the European Council, Donald Tusk, invoking Article 50. This letter effectively begins the […]

Where Do Energy Stocks Go from Here?

The Brexit is under way, Domestic GDP is on the rise, the competition for Thursday Night Football streaming rights continues, and bids for building the U.S. border wall are underway – to say the very least, this week was packed with newsworthy headlines. Get all the details in this edition of Steady Investor’s Week… Brexit […]

Is Trump’s Market Rally Fading?

From a Twitter hoax to another chapter in the “Greek Debt Crisis” saga and questions surrounding Trumps fading rally, this week was nothing if not eventful. Get all the details in this edition of Steady Investor’s Week… Greece Woes, Again –  another year, another Greek bailout scare. Like clockwork, Greece missed yet another deadline for […]

How the Fed’s Interest Rate Hike Affects You

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates another quarter basis point on March 15, and signaled that two more rate hikes are on deck for 2017. As the Fed tightens credit in response to an economy on solid footing, it is likely to have an effect on savers, borrowers, and investors. In other words, it can […]

The (Not So) Looming Stock Market Crash

Many investors are fearful of the next market crash. When will it happen? How big will it be? Will my retirement savings be at stake? These concerns are certainly understandable, considering that the 2008 Financial Crisis is still visible in the rearview mirror. But, it turns out that investors are a lot more worried than […]