In recent years, Bill has been bullish on foreign stocks over U.S. stocks. But with U.S. stocks beating international stocks on a year-to-date basis, does Bill’s forecast change?
The unemployment rate is particularly low right now. A typical objection to the unemployment rate is that it is understated. This month, Bill dives in to the details of the calculation of the unemployment rate to determine if it is accurate and reliable.
Early February has erased the gains in the market that we saw in January. This month, Bill attempts to ease your concern by offering perspective on the markets, reminding you of the role of the news, and providing you an explanation for recent volatility.
Asset classes perform differently from year to year. This month, Bill looks back at each asset class’s performance over the past 13 years and provides insight as to what it may mean for the market going forward.
The case can be made that Commodities are a must own asset class. But sometimes it’s easier than others. It’s been tough to stay invested in Commodities of late because prices have been falling, not rising. That’s no more evident anywhere than with Oil. But there are smart ways to own Oil, and less smart
A Bear Market is coming. We can all agree on that. What we don’t know is when. That’s why now is the perfect time to think about it. This month, Bill talks about the three things you need to think about before the Bear arrives.
Halfway through the year, investment markets have performed quite well so far. But there appears to be a change underway, due in no small part to the markets’ evolving pessimism about the changes President Trump was supposed to implement. The question is, “What do we do about it?” Tune in this month to find out.
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