- Ralph Acampora of Altaira Wealth Management makes his show début - the respected Wall Street veteran / visionary notes that the US equities have not registered even a 10% correction in the primary bull market since 2011.
- Not until the crowd returns to equities will the bull market register a peak.
- Our guest expects interest rates to climb over the next decade, lowering demand for bonds, adding upward momentum to the stock bull market.
- Still, his Dow Theory work is flashing a warning signal as the Dow transportation index failed to follow the Dow Jones Industrials to new highs.
- A similar non-confirmation occurred prior to the year 2000 stock market meltdown.
- Should a correction occur, our guest suggests high yielding utility stock, tax-free municipal bond and global equity alternatives.
- Once the bull market resumes, sector rotation is advisable into financials, consumer discretionary, healthcare and technology.
- Our guest advises his high net worth clients to maintain gold exposure.
- America's 'Rich Dad' penned the NEW Bestseller, Second Chance: for Your Money, Your Life and Our World (2015) a book for every investor regardless of acumen level with pictures and graphs to insure that readers gain much more than the price of the book.
- The Rich Dad book series author is ignoring the skeptics, adding 100 US Gold Eagles to his seizable stockpile.
- His preference for hard assets over equities stems from the epic battle between inflation and deflation.
- Given that financial derivatives exposure has increased from $700 trillion circa 2007 to $1.2 quadrillion in 2015, expect an astronomic climb in the gold price.
- He prefers rental properties over most real estate classes.
- Robert Kiyosaki suggests partnering with the government to earn oversized profits by providing affordable rental housing and or solar alternatives.
- He encourages everyone to watch his video The Man who Could See The Future on June 15th, free of charge.
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