Five ETFs For Doomsday Capitalism
The world is always ending, according to someone out there. The current environment is full of those who think the end is nigh–at least for the robust global economy to which we’ve grown accustomed. Let’s suppose that our economy is about to fall off a cliff, resulting in general chaos, what’s the average investor supposed to do? The answer is a bit of an oxymoron: profit from doomsday capitalism. Even the most pessimistic of the bunch can appreciate the investment options available at their fingertips which could pay off big time if (when?)our political and financial systems deteriorate [see Doomsday Special: 7 Hard Asset Investments You Can Hold In Your Hand]. Although most apocalyptic scenarios are dismissed for obvious credibility reasons, one financial expert proposes a compelling theory. Barton Biggs, former chief global strategist for Morgan Stanley for 30 years, is a renowned hedge fund manager who also bears the reputation as a doomsday [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Direxion Files For Non-Leveraged ETFs Forget The Inflation/Deflation Debate: The Real Threat Is Biflation What Every Investor Should Know About Commodity ETF Investing Global X Has Big Plans For China ETFs iShares Rolls Out Commodity-Focused Equity ETFs
The world is always ending, according to someone out there. The current environment is full of those who think the end is nigh–at least for the robust global economy to which we’ve grown accustomed. Let’s suppose that our economy is about to fall off a cliff, resulting in general chaos, what’s the average investor supposed to do? The answer is a bit of an oxymoron: profit from doomsday capitalism. Even the most pessimistic of the bunch can appreciate the investment options available at their fingertips which could pay off big time if (when?)our political and financial systems deteriorate [see Doomsday Special: 7 Hard Asset Investments You Can Hold In Your Hand].  Although most apocalyptic scenarios are dismissed for obvious credibility reasons, one financial expert proposes a compelling theory. Barton Biggs, former chief global strategist for Morgan Stanley for 30 years, is a renowned hedge fund manager who also bears the reputation as a doomsday [...]

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