Navigating The Next Recession
The Continued Assault On Financial Privacy
In today’s business environment, it seems that financial success is more reliant on computerized trading with algorithms. Electronic proximity to a Stock Exchange platform to get that millisecond trading advantage has replaced common sense, Research, Analysis and Customer Service! We think that philosophy may work just fine for Financial Houses, but it is a disservice to today’s long term investor.
A key Recession indicator, the Inversion Yield Curve, has developed in the U.S. bond market where the 3-month yield is greater than the 10-year Treasury yield. This same Inversion Curve has proceeded every one of the last 7 recessions in the U.S., including the 2007/08 meltdown! The stock market has created wealth for many (see total wealth insider reviews or porter stansberry research newsletter for it), but unprecedented stock market volatility and speculation has also created an environment where 500-1000 point swings in the market have become far too common! And with $280 trillion in Toxic Debt in the economy, we are almost double the $150 trillion that threatened the world’s Financial Markets in 2007/08! It is hard to imagine a time when financial uncertainty for investment income has been higher!
In 2018, The Common Reporting Standard was implemented by the world’s 100 largest OECD economies, sharing tax data on investor bank accounts. This year the OECD has moved beyond shared taxation information to the disclosure of beneficial ownership of Foreign and Domestic Family Trusts, creating a Registry of Worldwide Property Ownership and identifying the Beneficial Ownership of International Companies. In summary, the world’s governments appear to be dedicated to tracking individual wealth worldwide, i.e. threat to financial privacy! With Personal Investment Privacy under increasing assault and a potentially significant market correction on the horizon, now may be time to consider adding the financial benefits and safety offered by Hard Asset ownership as a diversification vehicle to strengthen your Wealth Accumulation Portfolio.
For more than 2 decades, the best hard assets to invest in such as, Natural Colored Diamonds, Gemstones and Luxury Watches have quietly, consistently outperformed Gold, Silver and the Dow Jones Industrial Average. They are proven resistant to volatility and possess the liquidity expected from a multi-billion dollar worldwide market. As non registered assets, ownership is completely private! No mandatory governmental disclosure is required!
Patek Phillip watch sold for $11 million at Phillips Auction House
Pink Star Colored Diamond Sold in Hong Kong for $71.2 million
Iconic platinum, colored stone and enamel tutti frutti bracelet by Cartier,
New York c. 1928 sold for $2,165,000 in 2014
Here are some other high sellers:
$2,165,000* Evelyn Lauder’s tutti frutti diamond, enamel, carved emerald and ruby bracelet by Cartier, circa 1928, sold in 2014 (pictured)
$1,445.000 A carved colored-stone, diamond and pearl tutti frutti bracelet by Cartier, circa 1930, featuring rubies and emeralds, sold in 2013.
$70,000 In 2007, a colored-stone and diamond brooch with carved sapphire, ruby and emerald leaves by Cartier, Paris, circa 1920, sold for more that four times its high estimate. It formerly belonged to actress Mary Pickford.
*All prices include buyer’s premium.
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What measures are governments taking
to track wealth movements
With money moving around the globe in greater volume – and at a greater speed –
than before. Governments are working hard to keep track.
Buying a luxury watch can be a big decision. Look for the firms that have a fortified grip on production, distribution and value. Those firms include ROLEX, PATEK PHILIPPE, AUDEMAR PIGUET and RICHARD MILLE.