Month: March 2013

Stocks Hitting New Highs…..Sell Now?

With the S&P 500 hitting new All Time High levels, there is a growing chorus calling for the next big decline. It’s understandable…most investors are pessimistic and indeed fearful from what they’ve endured over the last 13 years.  We only had one period after 2000 where the Market was hitting New Highs, and that only

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Bonds Are Not In A Bubble

It seems everywhere you turn, someone’s using the term “bubble” to describe the bond market. Google “bond bubble” and you get 18.4 million references (and increasing daily!). Yet, to call the bond market a bubble is to misuse the term. Grossly. This week we remind you of the necessary components of a bubble, and use

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Do You Believe Everything You Think? – Part 3

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 look at the idea of

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Do You Believe Everything You Think? Part 2

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 look at the validity of

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