A threat of lower interest rates combined with signs of stronger economic numbers in the future can create a sideways trend for a stock. Using the Rich Dad’s Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim show you one company in the banking sector that is experiencing profit declines with lower interest rate threats but optimism for stronger economic numbers in the future. This combination can keep this stock in the cash flow zone for maximum profits.
The mixture of short-term good news and long-term problems, both in the ongoing trade war with China and recent Fed policy, is a recipe for a sideways markets with brief rallies and brief dips. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim identify a broad-based index fund that is a good reflection of the market as a whole and should exhibit moderate volatility and keep it in the cash flow zone.
Market inefficiency is excellent for those who use the Weekly Cash Flow strategy. It allows us to “beat the market” by getting ahead of trends that the market as a whole has not yet identified or reacted to. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one technological giant that is now settled in a range as market efficiency as finally caught up to market reality.