Tag: Bull Market

Don’t Hate on Bonds Just Yet

As we close 2016, every broker and investment adviser is bracing themselves for the onslaught of gripes about bonds. Listen as to why, and avoid the mistake that many will make by ditching this important asset class.

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The Trump Trade in 10 Charts

Nearly everyone, it seems, has a strong opinion of the President-elect. And the markets are no different. This month, we take you through the narrative that’s evolved since November 8th.

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The President Doesn’t Matter

Between now and the Presidential Election, expect to hear a lot about which candidate, or party, is better for the stock market. Most of what you will hear is nonsense. This month, we show you that when it comes to the market, the President doesn’t matter.

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How to Make $1 Million in America

This week, Bill reviews his simple, but surefire, way for anyone to make a $1 Million in America.  The video ties in observations about our country, from afar.

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Our Prediction for 2015 (and it’s not good…)

Every year at this time, Bill gives you his outlook for the year ahead. And for the last four years, the message was the same: Bullish on the economy, bullish on stocks (especially U.S. stocks). But not this year…

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Outlook For 2014

With the New Year behind us, we look to hear Bill’s thoughts on what might be in store for 2014.

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The Opposite Of Down Is Not Up

Two weeks ago, Bill Valentine explained that just because the Market was hitting a new high, it didn’t portend an imminent decline. In other words, just because the Market’s “up” doesn’t mean it will have to be “down” soon. When the Market’s not hitting new highs, it can be setting back a bit, or moving

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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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