(FORBES) Three Moves You Can Still Make If You Went Into The Crisis Fully Invested

Many people entered 2020 fully-invested in their investment portfolios. Fully invested does not necessarily mean 100% allocated to stocks. It means that you had an asset allocation mix that did not leave you with more than 5-10% cash. But fear not; you don’t need to be sitting on a pile of cash to take advantage …

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(FORBES) Dazed And Confused. Why Do So Many Investors Hate The Stock Market?

Markets have an uncanny knack for moving in the direction that hurts the most people. Right now, that direction appears to be higher. Aside from a few minor setbacks, the equity market has marched higher to new record after new record, leaving many investors bewildered over the move. Yet, even after a 23% total return …

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(FORBES) Is Trump Right About The Fed?

No matter your political view, you have to admit President Trump is entertaining. But are his views on monetary policy and interest rates accurate? Click here to read the entire post on Forbes

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(FORBES) Want To Know Why The Stock Market Is At An All-Time High? Look At Bonds

Investing is not that complex. Investors deploy capital in search of returns. While the choices are almost infinite, most alternatives fall into two choices: you can lend money (bonds) or can you can buy something (equities). When you look at financial markets in that context, the recent strength of the stock market is not that surprising. …

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(FORBES) Who Is Crazy Enough To Buy Bonds With Negative Yields? Hopefully Your Bond Manager

In a world with $7 trillion of government bonds that yield negative interest rates, one question still puzzles investors: who in their right mind is buying them? Why don’t investors buy higher-yielding US government bonds instead? The answer lies in the understanding of the mysterious “basis swap.” Please click here to read the entire article …

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