Tag: media ubiquity

Three Things Astute Investors Know That You Should Too!

What if never making a terrible investment decision again were as simple as 1, 2, 3? It is that easy. This week we share three aphorisms that, if heeded, would prevent nearly all of the investing disasters that people fall for over and over again.

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I Don’t Read The Journal

No one ever beat the markets by following consensus.  And consensus is formed the same places everyone goes to get investing insight. Do your own thinking.  

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Got Fear?

This week we talk about the Correction, now that we’re in its throes.  What to make of it?  According to Marc Faber, speaking at the CFA conference two weeks ago, the wheels are about to come off the cart. Just what are investors supposed to do with that kind of information? Find out for yourself

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A CORRECTION IS COMING!!!

The stock market is headed for a Correction, and eventually a Bear Market.  Wanna know how we know?  You gotta watch the video!

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We Have A Very Important Announcement Affecting Your Money

This week, Bill Valentine tells you everything you need to know about what to do with your money right now, and in the process, you’ll learn how to synthesize the news about the economy and markets into meaningful action that will make you rich.    

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The Market Is Like A Petulant Child

This week, the Federal Reserve continued its strategy of giving very advanced warning that its extraordinary easy policy will eventually be wound down, as we discussed in our “Market Message” on May 31, “The Worm Has Turned.”  This is fundamentally good news. It affirms the Fed’s awareness of the need to stop bond buying, and

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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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Looking At The Fiscal Cliff Thru Kristi Miller’s “myWindow”

Just because it’s been 3 weeks since we “narrowly” avoided the Fiscal Cliff does not mean that we’re any closer to a meaningful resolution to our country’s economic problems. That being said, earlier this year I was asked by Krisi Miller to speak on the Fiscal Cliff for her television show “myWindow with Kristi Miller”

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The Fiscal Cliff and Elections Don’t Matter

Have you noticed the rising uneasiness amongst investors, as well as the increase in media noise, regarding the Fiscal Cliff and the Elections, specifically as they relate to the markets? I call it the latest “Whaddabout…?”  Whaddabout the Fiscal Cliff?  Whaddabout the Election? It’s human nature, but people make too big a deal out of

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How Much Is Free Investment Advice Worth?

We have previously talked about the new dawn of electronic communication and how info-tainment and financial advice have become ubiquitous….available 24/7 through the Web, newspapers, periodicals, blogs, and yes, even email newsletters.  Not only is the advice pervasive, it’s also free, in that anyone with an interest in financial matters can get advice ranging from

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