Economy – Tough Times |

FX3 |  The portfolio with it’s very short maturity certain durations and  strategic placement of the companies is designed to surpass very tough times.  With the US economy showing real erosion over time, the US politicians doing virtually nothing to solve the real and tough issues in the Untied States, the debt greatly increasing, at some point the bond and stock market will have a major correction.

So with all the problems what do, we move current interest rates not only low, but so artificially low they are close to zero, and ask the federal reserve to pumping money into the system now for well over 5 years.   This type actions only serves to hide or mask the real issues in the short term.   When interest rates start to climb, they could and will expose the many masked issues in our economy.  With that in mind we are designing and building portfolios with the idea that are going to see tough times.  Thus that’s why we have taken so many extra steps in our selection process, making sure the bonds we select have some if not all of the high levels of the following characteristics: cash, good balance sheet, lowed debt loads, and strong strategic advantages companies based on our own research to help protect against a rough future.Economy -Tough Times ahead FX1, FX2 and FX3 are all similar.

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