By Ankit Shah – Vivek Kaul’s Inner Circle (India) – Global markets got jittery last week due to geopolitical tensions in Syria and North Korea.
Adding fuel to fire, the US military dropped America’s most powerful non-nuclear bomb on ISIS targets in Afghanistan Thursday.
Frankly, we’re not surprised. We have been warning you all along that the world is in a state of war and crisis. The wars are being waged on multiple fronts…cyber wars, trade wars, currency wars, cash war, and military wars.
In fact, just two months ago, we speculated about the possibility of a Third World War. Geopolitically, the world has gotten even more complicated and dangerous now. One extreme step could see this regional conflict flare up into something much bigger and deadlier. I certainly hope that doesn’t happen.
It’s clear that 2017 will be year of geopolitical tensions. And investors will have to cope with the consequences on the stock markets. What geopolitical forces are most likely to impact your investment returns? And how can you best cope with geopolitical uncertainty while remaining focused on your long term financial goals?