Global stock markets fell slightly today on the idea that inflation could cause the Federal Reserve to revamp its near-zero interest rate approach. 

Investors are keeping a close eye on rising bond yields and how they could impact the price of stocks. Remember, if interest rates go higher, it’s harder on stocks because they tend to borrow money. So higher interest rates aren’t bullish for the market since bonds yields and interest rates have an inverse relationship. 

And this can only end one way, folks…

In today’s video, I’ll show you how the bond market is impacting the overall stock market… whether momentum levels will negatively impact stocks… why the VIX is not spiking… the biggest threat to the global economy right now… and one small-cap stock with huge profit potential. 

 

P.S. At 1 p.m. EST on Thursday, Feb. 25, I’m pulling back the curtain on a handful of small-cap stocks I believe are poised for massive breakouts. 

You see, trillions of dollars are now being poured into the once-overlooked, small-cap sector. 

And if investors can identify exactly where the money’s about to flow next, they can collect  massive windfalls on those stocks as they rise. 

Lucky for us, finding these “microbursts” happens to be my specialty. And I have agreed to reveal my secret ahead of the next big market move. 

Click here to see what I have to say. 

What to Expect as FAANG Stocks Prepare to Report

What to Expect as FAANG Stocks Prepare to Report

The major indexes slumped as investors brace for a busy week of earnings and the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate announcement — and more in Monday’s stock market recap. The Federal Open Market Committee meeting starts on Tuesday, with the Fed expected to...

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