Keyword: long-term interest rates

Cash is king and debt is death

Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay warns: “Stay vigilant. Remember the old stock market slogan: “In a bear market, whoever sells first, wins.”
What financial forces are at work as the year   Read More

When will the bubble burst?

The Federal Reserve Board is printing money aggressively. It’s continuing to flood the world with money hoping to stabilize the US economy.

In the late 1960s, pop singer Connie Francis sang   Read More

Make money by not losing money

Ken Norquay says in times of aggressive monetary policy, pandemic, potential deflation, potential hyperinflation and economic melt down, focus on preservation of capital.

The financial winds have shifted. Eight months after   Read More

Yes Brexit, Please—We’re British

With apologies to the “No Sex, Please—We’re British” playwrights,  The MoneyLetter’s behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay takes a look at why people make seemingly irrational decisions about investment strategy. His   Read More