Interest Rates Will Trend Up For The Next 20 To 30 Years: Deal With It.
Gerald B. Levin, Ph.D.
President, GBL Asset Management, Inc.; Secretary & Past-President, AAII Philadelphia Chapter
Are you worried about the Federal Reserve’s quarter-point interest rate increases? Gerald Levin thinks they’re trivial, compared to what he expects to come our way. Using historical data and U.S. government forecasts, he will explain how a lack of savers to finance an explosion of federal debt could push interest rates ever higher over the next 20–30 years. Do you own bond, balanced or target date mutual funds? Levin will explain why bonds held to maturity might outperform bond funds. Do you want to know what to buy and avoid if interest rates trend upward for the next 20–30 years? Levin will make some suggestions. To prepare for up to a third of a century of rising interest rates, attend this presentation!
Attend This Meeting and Learn... Why ever-increasing mandatory federal government spending and the aging of the U.S. population might cause interest rates and inflation to trend upward for the next 20 to 30 years.
Whether bond mutual funds are the best way to own bonds versus individual bonds, held to maturity.
Ways to invest in CDs and bonds, when interest rates are in a long-term upward trend.