Jul 25, 2019
Kathy Bostjancic, chief US financial economist, for Oxford Economics USA, said 'It's an unusual and tenuous time for all central banks,' as they look to cut interest rates at a time when there is not much room for cutting and there is still economic growth. Bostjancic expects the Federal Reserve to cut rates three times by January, and still sees plenty of strength in the economy, which she believes is likely to overcome current challenges to stay strong. Also on the show, Tom Lydon of ETFTrends.com talks about a new, specialized real estate ETF in the 'ETF of the Week,' William Delwiche -- investment strategist at Baird -- talks technical analysis, and author Finn Brunton discusses the 'unknown history' of the last century that has led to the evolution in cryptocurrencies. Don't miss his explanation of how some of the most powerful figures in the crypto revolution now leave cryptocurrencies with links to frozen heads!