About: Tyler Gallagher
- Tyler is the CEO and Founder of Regal Assets, an international alternative assets firm with offices in the United States, Canada, London and Dubai focused on helping private and institutional wealth procure alternative assets for their investment portfolios. Regal Assets is an Inc. 500 company and has been featured in many publications such as Forbes, Bloomberg, Market Watch and Reuters. With offices in multiple countries, Regal Assets is uniquely positioned as an international leader in the alternative assets industry and was awarded the first ever crypto-commodities license by the DMCC in late 2017. Regal Assets is currently the only firm in the world that holds a license to legally buy and sell cryptos within the Middle East and works closely with the DMCC to help evolve and grow the understanding and application of blockchain technology. In addition to his role with Regal Assets, Tyler has been featured in many news publications and has been an expert on "The News with Ed Shultz", which can be seen on the television network RT. Tyler is a regular contributor to Forbes, Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global and Authority Magazine.
Posts by Tyler Gallagher:
This past week saw Wall Street finish up its worst trading year since the end of the Global Financial Crisis. All of the significant stock indices recorded their worst annual performances going back to 2009. The S&P 500 declined seven percent for the year. It was not just the indices taking a beating either. Legendary hedge fund managing all-star (and billionaire investor) David Einhorn suffered by far and away his worst year. His primary Greenlight Capital fund suffered a dramatic 34 percent decline for 2018, of which nine percent of it came for December alone. These are easily the most… Read More
December has not been encouraging for pensions funds' financial stability and solvency. Within the last few weeks it became evident that the pension system in the United States has become so precarious that Congress is literally preparing for its complete failure. While Congress busily worked out its latest budget deal and boost to spending, they slipped in a provision to start up a new committee to deploy federal government funds to financially save up to 200 multi-employer pension plans. In these pension plans, labor unions alongside employers together fund retirement benefits for benefiting employees. The enormous funds then take on… Read More
You can not have missed the continuing wild swings and dramatic losses in the stock markets the last week and month. They only seem to be getting worse and even accelerating. Now the S&P 500 charts have started sounding dire alarm bells that more selling is on the way. This pattern in question has been aptly and ominously named the "death cross." With the last Friday plunge in the markets, this dreaded sign showed up on the S&P 500 charts. It means that the last 50 day price average fell below the 200 daily moving average. This warning sign of… Read More
This past week saw the Dow Jones crater more than 800 points in a single session. The largest route since October was blamed on everything from the U.S. versus China global struggle for dominance to a bond market inversion that likely means a coming economic recession. Meanwhile, the air continued to deflate out of various bubbles in the economy, and most noticeably these past weeks from the auto bubble. GM announcing that it is closing five North American plants and laying off about 14,000 workers because of slow car sales is a significant moment in the twilight of the decade-long,… Read More
This past week saw some more wildly volatile and negative sessions on Wall Street. One day the Dow cratered around 400 points while the Nasdaq slid further in its correction territory with another three percent drop. Even the mighty five FAANG stocks Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google/Alphabet settled officially in bear market territory. With the Nasdaq having fallen over 12.5 percent in the third quarter, the long-time tech engine that powered the longest bull market in history forward has simply run out of gas. There are all kinds of speculations and reasons for why the markets could be down,… Read More