Recently, Bill has been outspoken in defending the strength of the overall economy. This month, Bill breaks down his analysis of the economy through 10 charts from the Federal Reserve.
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.
In 2006, Bill Valentine forewarned of a bubble in Real Estate—in Bend, the US, and the world. With home prices back to the peak levels from 2006, Bill has been getting bombarded with the question, “Are we in another bubble?” He agreed to give a talk to a number of real estate and construction firms
As a portfolio manager, Bill Valentine has two overwhelming concerns about the investment markets in the decade to come. This month, he discusses the second one.
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.
Based on the behavior of the stock market, and price of options used to hedge, there is great consternation about the Presidential election next week. Will the election outcome be a “Black Swan” event? Just how should investors prepare for the outcome and the possibility of a market crash?
This month, we look at the updated forecast for publicly traded real estate portfolios (REITs) and Commodities. We’re shortening the length of the video to make it more digestible for people on the go.
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.
This is an Interim, inter-month message in response to worsening conditions for global risk markets. The urgent message in this video is directed towards those that feel discomfort in watching markets that are volatile, and biased to the down side.
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