Hans Parisis

Jun 20, 2019
Shrewd Investors Must Switch to ‘Safety First’ Mode

Jun 17, 2019
My personal opinion is that, with what we know today, the Fed will stay on hold this year and even into 2020, even with inflation running below its target of 2 percent because, for now at least, the U.S. economic and financial conditions are too strong.

Jun 10, 2019
The good news is “no tariff/tax.” The bad news is that the “tax genie is out of the bottle” and companies may now continuously look nervously over their shoulders for fear that the threat may reappear at some unspecified point in the future.

Jun 5, 2019
The question is whether the Federal Reserve, acting alone, can offset the damage of the U.S. trade tariffs/taxes.

May 31, 2019
The United States could end up being taxed with tariffs into a recession.

May 29, 2019
Investors should watch out for the existing danger that when all the uncertainties should cause “fear” in the markets.

May 24, 2019
All this means for investors who are inclined to take on some limited risk that the British pound is getting attractive versus the dollar but also versus the euro and other stable currencies for investment if the worst case scenario of a “No Deal” Brexit doesn’t happen.

May 21, 2019
The uncertainties caused by a trade crisis could grow to be a recession-inducing policy error.

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