- European stocks pushed global markets down after the German Chancellor said they will not help Deutsche Bank if it fails.
- Europe still offers too much risk for the expected return.
- In this article we’ll share two critical things you have to think about in order to weather all possible storms.
After a long and quiet summer, stocks are showing increased volatility. Last week’s FED decision not to increase interest rates has quickly been forgotten as markets try to digest news from Europe where increased fears over capital requirements for Deutsche Bank, which sent European markets down on Monday.
In this article, we’ll assess the depth of the issue and look for the real reasons behind the European 2% market move on Monday morning. More →