The fundamentals look very strong. Low unemployment, rising wages and an abundance of capital available create favorable market conditions. With a strong consumer foundation, willing investors, and projections for increased business spending, the signs have been pointing toward continued growth in 2020.
I’ve made my opinion known on the recent monetary policy moves. With an economic downturn imminent, there should be reasonable concern not to over lever.
However, is your debt optimized? Given where rates are heading, and assuming you’ve underwritten the credit of […]
The most recent 25 basis point rate cut to the federal funds target rate wasn’t enough to keep the yield curve from inverting. The markets weren’t happy with the modest cut and more rate cuts are expected (some predict as many […]
Now Is The Time To Optimize Your Leverage And Lock In Your Cost Of Capital With Long -Term Refinancing
There are many macroeconomic risks being discussed around the markets that an investor can’t control. Trade Talks, Monetary Policy, recession worries, market bubbles and fundamental and permanent market shifts (Amazon Effect)– to name a few. There is a lot for an […]