Month: June 2014

Does A Low VIX Today Mean A High VIX Tomorrow?

This week, Bill talks about the best way to stay up-to-the-minute on investment market affairs—some new website called “Twitter.” More importantly, he wades into the chorus of discussion about what the new levels of Volatility mean for…volatility.

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Asset Class Update Part Two: U.S. Small Cap Stocks

This week, Bill Valentine continues his analysis of the current state of the major investment asset classes by looking at U.S. Small Cap stocks from several different angles, and discusses how he views the asset class within the current investment portfolio strategy at Valentine Ventures.

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Asset Class Update Part One: U.S. Large Cap Stocks

This week, Bill Valentine begins the first of an eight part series looking at the current state of the major investment asset classes.  Bill gives you his perspective on Large Cap U.S. stocks, from several different angles, and discusses how he views the asset class within the current investment portfolio strategy at Valentine Ventures.

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Are You An Investor, Or A Gambler?

The investor’s biggest enemy is not the Fed, the economy, or the government. It’s themselves. Most investors are plagued by the same behavioral flaws, which work against them every time.  This week, Bill talks about how a gambler’s mentality is the bane of an investor’s return.  

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