People should be able to retire without feeling as if they need to ‘get out of the markets’ entirely. The Common Sense Bull puts it all into perspective—providing an understanding of when you can be bullish and when to rely on a broader sense of stock market history.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (PRWEB) April 03, 2019
Advisors’ Academy Press is proud to announce that Eddie Ghabour’s new book, The Common Sense Bull, just might provide the solution to safely navigating the investment markets amid a climate of confusion and anxiety following the Federal Reserve’s recent announcement.
The Fed surprised many when it announced that it does not plan on raising short term interest rates for the rest of 2019, and that it plans to stop reducing its balance sheet. Following the announcement, the bond market reacted, with the yield on 10-Year Treasury Bonds falling to 2.428%, pushing it below the yield of the 3-Month Treasury Bill at 2.453%.
This is known as an inversion to the yield curve, and an inversion to this part of the yield curve has been seen as an indicator of a possible recession in the future. Whether that turns out to be the case is still to be determined.
Now, with fears of recession grabbing headlines in the news and financial media, many are left wondering where to turn to—particularly fixed-income investors who rely heavily on healthy interest rates to grow their savings and outpace inflation.
In The Common Sense Bull, Eddie Ghabour, a seasoned financial advisor and regular guest on top-rated, nationally syndicated financial TV shows like Varney & Co., presents a viable solution to help investors avoid any potential fallout from the Federal Reserve’s self-inflicted death nail.
The common-sense approach that Eddie has used for more than 20 years with clients at Key Advisors Group offers; it’s a well-thought-out approach that carefully integrates a mix of equities and fixed-income investments—with equity positions focused on Large Cap dividend-paying companies. By helping his clients maintain a sensible mix of stocks and bonds, Eddie has become known as “The Common Sense Bull” who can help clients thrive regardless of market conditions.
And now, in his newly released book, The Common Sense Bull, Eddie shares many of the same strategies and insights he uses to help clients live the good life, before and during retirement. Readers will gain an understanding of the naturally-occurring rhythms and cycles in the financial markets so they’ll be better able to recognize when it’s a good time to buy and when it might be best to take a more defensive approach.
Eddie says, “People should be able to retire without feeling as if they need to ‘get out of the markets’ entirely. The Common Sense Bull puts it all into perspective—providing an understanding of when you can be bullish and when to rely on a broader sense of stock market history.”
Eddie Ghabour is the co-founder and managing partner of Key Advisors Group, LLC. He graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a degree in Economics and Finance and began his successful career as a wealth advisor in 1998.
In December of 2000, Eddie and his business partner started Key Advisors Group. They now have offices in Dover and Lewes, Delaware, and help serve families looking for wealth management strategies that are focused on retirees. Since then, Eddie has qualified for the prestigious MDRT, Court of the Table, and Top of the Table honors each year.
About Advisors’ Academy: Advisors’ Academy was founded in 2007 by David J. Scranton with a vision to recruit other highly successful and like-minded financial advisors and teach them how to achieve even higher levels of success—while always keeping the interests of their clients first. Through ongoing mentoring and personal coaching in a variety of innovative, market-proven systems and turnkey tools, hundreds of advisors across the country now share in the realization of Dave Scranton’s vision.
Advisors’ Academy Press, LLC is partially owned by David J. Scranton and its books are distributed by Simon & Schuster, part of the CBS Corporation.