David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins The Kevin McCullough Show to discuss what’s happening in the markets all around the world. Last Friday President Trump announced the authorization of doubling down on tariffs for steel and aluminum. The main reason for this was a retaliation towards Turkey for imprisoning an American pastor over false accusations, this has resulted in a negative impact for Turkey’s economy. [Read more…] about The Kevin McCullough Show – Doubling Down On Tariffs
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins The Steve Noble Show for the first Monday of the Month with a full segment. The Treasury made a historic announcement that they will need to create a debt or borrow money, estimated 769 billion dollars for the second half of the year. David explains that why this is not a huge deal in the news and the government because they haven’t fully felt the brunt of it. [Read more…] about The Steve Noble Show – Treasury Estimated 769 Billion Dollars For Second Half
The Kevin McCullough Show is here once again with guest, David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital. David starts off by talking about what we are seeing going on in the markets, such as the tariffs that have been put into place and money being moved positively from growth areas within the States. The effects of tariffs have had an overall negative impact, with several large business reporting losses for them and their customers. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough – The Effects Of Tariffs
It’s Money Monday on the Kevin McCullough Show and as always, David Fischer joins to discuss what is happening in the markets currently. This is the busiest week for earnings and more than 75% of companies will be reporting theirs. There could be more tariffs put into place by our president soon, and this could do what some are saying, lead us into a recession. The Yuan and the Dollar are in a fight right now, competing against one another with the trade war in place causing issues on both ends. [Read more…] about Kevin McCullough – More Tariffs Implemented Soon?
The Real Side with Joe Messina is back again with David Fischer as they discuss the markets and more on how our relationship with Russia is affecting the economy. Russia sold 47.4 billion dollars worth of U.S. Treasuries, and that is what caused the 10-year yield to go above 3%, according to the United States Treasury. The Treasury was setting the record straight, declining the fact that tariffs had something to do with it. Russia has also been making deals with Iran for 50 billion dollars in the oil and gas industry. [Read more…] about The Real Side – Russia Selling U.S. Treasuries