A couple weeks ago, I predicted that the U.S. dollar would become even more volatile than what we were seeing at that time.
And thanks, in part, to the escalating situation with North Korea – that’s exactly what’s happening right now.
This is important to pay attention to because this volatility can affect anything from the price you pay for a gallon of milk to the costs of getting home repairs done.
On top of that, it helps The Fed decide if and when to raise interest rates – which can also impact your bank and retirement accounts.
But it doesn’t have to hurt you…
All you need to know is how to play the U.S. dollar – no matter where it goes from here.
It may be hard to feel at ease right now with the rising tensions between the U.S. and North Korea – and rightfully so. This isn’t something we can expect to go away anytime soon. And we’re not likely see a change in pace of the ’round-the-clock breaking news alerts, either…especially after the recent drop in the stock market.
But despite the gravity of this situation, I’d caution against making any significant investing and trading decisions based on the news cycles. That’s actually the fastest – and most surefire way – of putting your retirement savings at risk.
And that’s the last thing I want to happen to you.
So today, I created a list for you of the eight stocks you’ll want to hedge against North Korea market fears – and the best way to play them.
Now let’s get started…