In light of the horrific start to 2016 for investors, the question many want answered is, “Are we in a Bear Market?” This week, we address the are-we or aren’t-we, and what to do or not-do about it.
The price of Oil has fallen dramatically lately, leading nearly everyone to suggest that it will stay lower, for longer, than anyone could have ever imagined. But we think that’s dead wrong. (As always, take this month’s message with a grain of salt—your investment decisions are your own, and be sure to read our disclaimers).
What’s the worst thing about investment market panics, corrections, crashes? The loss of wealth? No. Not even close. The worst thing is the damage it does to the quality of life of a segment of the population that can’t help but let fear creep in. This must, and can be, stopped! Learn how with this
With all the turbulence of late comes Threat…and Opportunity. This month, Bill shares with you what he regards are some of the best investment opportunities to come out of 2015.
Last week was tough for investors. Global market volatility manifested in losses across most risk asset classes. This week, Bill deconstructs what’s happened and shares the technical terms that explain current conditions. He goes on to share the five most important charts for how to see where markets are headed from here, and why.
This week Bill discusses what’s going on with the price of oil and how it affects your investing.
The possibility of Greece leaving the Euro has created turbulence across all markets. A continent away, the Chinese have their own maelstrom in the form of a mini stock market crash. What does this mean for investors? We have the answers this week as Bill discusses the impact on investors, as regards China and Greece.
This week, we give you an updated look at the global capital market condition with the five asset classes we hope you’ll begin to refer to in order to broaden your investment horizons beyond the just U.S. stocks and bonds.
In the advisory world, there are no shortage of articles written about the importance of “educating” your clients. But you rarely hear about how the clients educate the investment manager. This week, Bill Valentine waxes appreciative about the things he’s learned over the years from clients.
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