Corona Crash or Recovery? What’s Ahead for Wall Street

After a horrendous week of sell-offs, the Stock Market began to rally today. Will it continue, or is it just a temporary respite from a darker time ahead? In this week’s Wall Street Wrap, Mark Collinsworth of Vere Global predicts what he thinks is ahead for investors, in this “Rap” with On Target’s Larry Sparano:

 

 

Coronavirus: Trump Painting Too Rosy a Picture?

President Trump took to the airwaves this week, reassuring the pubic that his administration’s efforts to contain the Coronavirus are working, and that the country is in “great shape!” But is Trump trying not only to contain panic, but also trying to counter Democrats’ mounting criticism that Trump is mishandling a crisis? Here’s on Target’s Larry Sparano talking about the political nature of the President’s reassurances with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

The Mysteries of the Federal Reserve: Who Really Controls Our Money?

It sounds like a typical conspiracy theory, but the hidden workings of the Federal Reserve System are quite real. Mark Collinsworth of Vere Global is back with us with details of just how much we don’t know about the Fed, and why its impossible to examine its book or to find out who owns the twelve Federal Reserve banks. Here’s Mark explaining it all to On Target’s Larry Sparano:

Coronavirus: How will it Affect the Markets Next Week?

Is it becoming the biggest factor in the direction of the Stock Market in the week and months ahead? In this week’s Wall Street Wrap, Mark Collinsworth of Vere Global gives us his take on that, as well as how the stock market closed on Friday, and what to expect when it re-opens on Monday. Here he is in conversation with On Target’s Larry Sparano:

 

Gerald Celente: Sanders Has a Shot to Dump Trump!

Even before Bloomberg bombed in the latest Democratic debate, famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente was projecting an increasing chance for Bernie Sanders to win the Presidency. On Target’s Larry Sparano asks him about that, as well as about Socialism, Climate Change, the New Green Deal, and whether Tesla and Electric Cars are really the wave of the near future:

Bloomberg Flunks Opening Exam: Last Night’s Debate

Mike Bloomberg never recovered from the opening shot in last night’s debate. The unfriendly fire was hurled at him by Elizabeth Warren, and it set the tone for the rest of the evening. On Target’s Larry Sparano talks about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

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Did Socialism Destroy Rome? Are We Next?

With Bernie Sanders now in the lead for the Democratic Nomination for President, there is increasing alarm in some circles regarding the Socialist “threat” to America. Is that just nonsense, or a real danger? A well-regarded historian and economist joins On Target’s Larry Sparano for today’s discussion. Here is Larry’s chat with Professor Lawrence Reed:

Trump Pardons Himself, Bloomberg Faces First Real Test

Trump’s pardons of various crooks are really intended as a pardon for himself, and for all his own missteps, past, present and future. And tonight, Mike Bloomberg will face his first uncontrolled public appearance. That, as he takes on hopefully probing questions from reporters and fire from opponents as he steps onto the debate stage. –Both topics today for On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

Bet on Trump, Invest in China and Think Twice about Tesla, says Private Asset Manager

Why you shouldn’t be afraid of investing in China, despite the coronavirus, and why you should hesitate to invest in Tesla: That’s what Vere Global Chief Investment Officer Mark Collinsworth is telling his investors. On Target’s Larry Sparano asked him about that, and also if he thinks the upswing in the economy will last long enough to get Trump elected again. Larry begins by asking how badly will the coronavirus affect the global economy, even if the epidemic is brief and limited mainly to China:

Bet on Trump, Invest in China and Think Twice about Tesla, says Private Asset Manager

Why you shouldn’t be afraid of investing in China, despite the coronavirus, and why you should hesitate to invest in Tesla: That’s what Vere Global Chief Investment Officer Mark Collinsworth is telling his investors. On Target’s Larry Sparano asked him about that, and also if he thinks the upswing in the economy will last long enough to get Trump elected again. Larry begins by asking how badly will the coronavirus affect the global economy, even if the epidemic is brief and limited mainly to China: