How Far Will Yields Fall?

In a series of surprise moves, the Federal Reserve has cut interest rates for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, slashing its rates to near-zero to help fight against an economic slowdown. Meanwhile, the yields for Treasury bonds have also nosedived. Learn more in this episode of USMR Market Insights with Patrick Brunson.…

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Are Millennials Worse off Than Previous Generations?

Millennials are underperforming in comparison to older generations such as baby boomers. They face rising housing costs, are burdened with excessive student loan debt, and in general have been struggling in the workforce. Learn more in this episode of USMR Market Insights with Patrick Brunson.  Are Millennials Worse off Than Previous Generations? – Video…

Gold Hits 7-Year High

Gold Hits 7-Year High

2020 has just begun and gold is already seeing one of the most tremendous rallies in years. Geopolitical tensions have left consumers looking for a safe haven, and gold’s proven durability in times of trouble are making it an ideal choice. To learn more, click the link below for a free Gold Information Kit. This…

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2020 Recession Risks

Despite recent stock market highs, many analysts are still warning about the growing risk of a 2020 recession. With persistently low inflation, trade tensions and overall global growth concerns, the alarm bells of an economic fallout are getting louder. Learn more about these indicators and what you can do to help make your portfolio more…

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Central Banks: What Aren’t They Telling Us?

The amount of gold bought by central banks in the first five months of 2019 is up more than 73% than the previous year. With continuing signs of slowing economic growth and rising geopolitical tensions, central banks around the world are looking to diversify away from the U.S. dollar. Could this be a sign you…

Gold, debt, and you

Gold, Debt, & You

Gold prices hit a 6-year high last Friday, and continued to remain above the key level of $1,400 per ounce on Monday, June 24. Many see gold’s rally as a reaction to uncertainty in our nation’s economic stability, especially given the Fed’s decision last week to keep interest rates on hold and our growing national…

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Gold’s Rise in Geopolitical Tensions

We’ve now seen gold not only move over a hundred dollars since May 6th but an additional $43 just yesterday. Tensions with Iran and looming financial uncertainty threaten possible economic decline for the U.S. economy, meaning that gold could rise even more. Join Coy Wells and Patrick Brunson as they discuss these issues and their…

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Can You Count on Social Security? | USMR Market Insights

Over 60 million Americans receive Social Security benefits, with many relying on it as a primary source of income. Now that there are more people entering retirement and collecting their Social Security benefits than there are new workers entering the work force, many are worried about the fund’s future financial status and whether or not…