Month: February 2013

Do You Believe Everything You Think? – Part 1

One of the most dangerous set-ups with investing is when you find yourself not questioning your beliefs.  By accepting as fact your current predictions about the future, you leave yourself vulnerable to that which you can’t conceive.  No mind can adequately factor in all outcomes with investing. This week, we begin by addressing the first

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An Interesting Chart About The Prospect For Stocks

Four weeks ago, Bill Valentine talked about his prediction for stocks in 2013.   Two weeks later, he told you to ignore the predictions of any money manager, including himself. This week, he’s providing more information about risk assets for the year, based on the Equity Risk Premium on US stocks.  Confused?  Don’t be. The point

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