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Article: Investing when you are worried about the future of the economy | Vernon Litigation Group

Nov 20, 2019 / Commodities , Tags: , ,

INVESTING WHEN YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE ECONOMY Earlier this month,  investment guru Ray Dalio posted an article relating to his latest book , Principles For Navigating Big Debt Crisis. In the book Dalio talks about the long term effects of our current environment of loaning money cheap to people and entities that already have money. We have written an article and thing it would be a […]

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Groupthink; Bad for Investments? |Vernon Litigation Group

For this weeks video series, Founding Partner, Chris Vernon speaks about Groupthink and how it may lead the the derailment of your investment strategy and in turn, your overall investment success. ¹Groupthink is a phenomenon that occurs when a group of individuals reaches a consensus without critical reasoning or evaluation of the consequences or alternatives. “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought […]

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The Question of Collectability | Vernon Litigation Group

In Part II of our ‘Due Diligence on Investing” we spoke about last week, we want to further add that when investing in private investments, small businesses or anything not traded on the New York Stock Exchange, make sure you do your  due diligence on collectability. If your investment takes an unfortunate turn and plummets, you want to make sure that the company is substantial, profitable and able to pay you […]

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Deutsche Bank, Penny Stock Territory? | Vernon Litigation Group

INVESTORS SHOULD CHECK THEIR PORTFOLIOS TO MAKE SURE THEY DO NOT HAVE EXPOSURE TO DEUTSCHE BANK, ESPECIALLY NOW THAT ITS STOCK IS GETTING CLOSE TO PENNY STOCK TERRITORY We recently read an interesting article entitled “When Deutsche Bank’s Crisis Becomes Our Crisis”, written by Christopher Whalen dated May 6, 2019. The article outlines the severe problems in the European banking space and highlights Deutsche Bank as a chronically underperforming bank.   […]

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