an excellent analysis of where we are in the investing cycle, ie Euphoria, and why investors should make sure that they have some cash when the inevitable Pessimism arises and investments go on sale.
The country’s financial advisors ate what they cooked. When they placed their clients into expensive funds, claiming that the results would justify the extra cost, they sold their own beliefs
"All the positive forces that propelled the equity markets earlier this year have fallen off the table.
Welcome to the Ninth edition of this seminar exclusively for members of the Ottawa Branch of the National Association of Federal Retirees (NAFR).
From the New York Times, are five key pieces of investing advice from John Bogle that any investor can implement.
the "Buffett Indicator". This is essentially the ratio of the total value of the US stock market to the US Gross Domestic Product (GDP). At the moment, the ratio of 151% is close to historic levels.
Ignoring market headlines isn't putting your head in the sand; it's a key to a basic investing tenet.