The recent Treasury bond rally fits with our forecast that the recession has a second, more serious leg that will extend well into 2021, despite massive monetary and fiscal stimulus.
Projections and analyses don't reflect the potential effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on Social Security. Without swift action by the government, a new crisis may be at hand.
The investment scene is beginning to resemble the 1929 market crash and the early 1930s Great Depression. This pandemic is likely to be the most disruptive financial and social event since World War II with equally long-lasting consequences.
Please join us on April 2 at 2pm ET for a 45-minute Q&A with the renowned economist Gary Shilling. This is your opportunity to get answers to your questions about the impact the coronavirus will have on the economy and the markets. Please submit your questions in advance when you register for the webinar.