Right now, you will hear many market analysts say that the stock market has no real reason to go down. The economy is still strengthening, company profits are rising, wages are rising, people are finding jobs like they haven’t for decades, and consumer confidence is strong. Still, the market is volatile. Up one day, down the next. Still-- many investors--who don't have a true all-weather strategy--are worried.
Is a bear market imminent? How about a recession. Today, we'll review a Wall Street Journal report on Elkhart Indiana, the RV capital of the world where the unemployment rate has fallen below 2%, real estate is rising, and auto dealers can't keep vehicles on the lot. Find out why the Journal says that Elkhart could be a glimpse at America's future. Then, commodity expert Terry Shveda joins us for the Q & A... A power packed show today that you don't want to miss--