Stocks are way down and tensions are way up–and it all says one thing. The U.S is falling faster than the housing market back in 2008.
With a sporadic market, it pains those 401K plans and people just cringe looking at their retirements fall. And with such headache that money brings, we can only imagine how consumers will scale back their spending.
And I haven’t begun to speak about the rise of rioting in our beloved USA. This and much more as my brain settles because much is happening and with North Korea threatening the South, and China’s weakening economy, the Iran Nuke Deal and the Presidential race–their is much to talk about.