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SOURCE Boron Capital
LUBBOCK, Texas, Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- While most are investing in stocks of technology, emerging markets like Mexico, and gold ETF's, Boron Capital CEO Blake Templeton is warning investors to steer clear of the majority.
According to Templeton, "If the 10 year treasury keeps increasing, so will investing in stocks. But, anyone who thinks the general market is going to improve in the next 10 years, especially in relation to the paper market, doesn't have a practical understanding of economics or history. Tangibles and commodities are the future for investments. They have been for some time, but greed and poor accountability has gotten the best of America the last 30 years."
The Federal Reserve deciding not to taper its asset-buying program on September 18th has created disagreement in the investing world with many celebrating that stocks will continue to climb while others bemoan that the future holds a bigger bubble once tapering does finally begin.
But, the controversy hasn't discouraged the majority from investing in stocks as a report from CNN Money on September 18th shows that stocks investing is at an all-time high.
Interestingly enough, while the paper market experienced unprecedented growth after the September 18th Fed announcement, the gold and oil markets likewise experienced growth with a 4 percent and 2 percent rise, respectively.
Since the paper and commodities markets are typically opposing forces, it appears that both markets are betting on the other losing. The question lies in what timeframe the winner will be crowned.
Templeton suggests, "The paper market is going to get worse, much worse. But, America also stands to be the number one leader of oil in the world by 2020, so you have to find the sub-markets that run counter to the national economy and invest in tangible assets that service them. Boron Capital was originally named after the element Boron, which is known for being tougher under pressure. That's exactly what we're about in this economy."
While most investors are not ignorant of Fed decisions, many are staying put in the stock market based on the assumption that they will profit in the long term, and that diversification is a fundamental element of investing.
Templeton admits, "Even some of Boron's clients speak of diversification to justify keeping partial funds invested in the stock market. The problem is, when all real data points to the paper market plunging, it is no longer wise to diversify there. " Templeton added, "Based on history, when interest rates begin rising above comfortable levels, the bubble will burst and those who have not prepared will be wiped out."
Boron Capital is a private real estate investment firm based in Mesquite, NV. Founded in 2006, the company creates wealth for individuals, backed by real estate. More information about Boron Capital can be found at www.BoronCap.com.
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