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The Historic Bull Market Versus Steel Tariffs

March 14, 2018

The current bull market is just six months away from becoming the longest running ever! Frank Holmes discusses that although there has been a wave of negativity surrounding the market from the newly imposed steel and aluminum tariffs, investors need not worry about the U.S. economy. Due to tax reform, many companies are optimistic and so is Frank about this bull market continuing its run.

For Frank's full explanation, watch the video below!

For more on this topic, read Frank’s latest post, The Historic Bull Market Faces Off Against Steel Tariffs.

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Net Asset Value
as of 10/19/2018

Global Resources Fund PSPFX $5.03 0.01 Gold and Precious Metals Fund USERX $6.95 0.07 World Precious Minerals Fund UNWPX $3.51 0.01 China Region Fund USCOX $8.08 0.12 Emerging Europe Fund EUROX $6.32 -0.01 All American Equity Fund GBTFX $25.37 -0.09 Holmes Macro Trends Fund MEGAX $18.05 -0.07 Near-Term Tax Free Fund NEARX $2.19 No Change U.S. Government Securities Ultra-Short Bond Fund UGSDX $2.00 No Change