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Charlie Munger: U.S. Rich-Poor Gap Will Bridge Itself

Written by Jesse Colombo | Feb, 15, 2019

Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s right-hand man at Berkshire Hathaway, made an interesting comment this morning on CNBC that echos what I’ve been saying about U.S. wealth and income inequality: Recently, some…

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MMT And Its Fictional Discipline

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 14, 2019

“That is some crazy talk” – Bill Gates on the topic of MMT In our article, MMT Sounds Great in Theory… But, we dove into the latest and greatest of…

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Fables, Fairy Tales and the Gold Standard

Written by Erik Lytikainen | Feb, 13, 2019

President Trump often tweets about the strength and health of the U.S. economy, and two weeks ago, he tweeted that the U.S. economy was the Gold Standard throughout the World….

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The Market Is Caught In A Tug-Of-War

Written by Jesse Colombo | Feb, 11, 2019

Ever since the market plunge and sharp reversal late last year, the financial markets have been trading in a truly bizarre, confusing manner. A Bloomberg piece describes this dynamic well…

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How Investors Can Prosper With Technical Analysis

Written by Michael Kahn | Feb, 11, 2019

Many investment advisors and money managers have a little secret. They will proudly tell you that they rely heavily on fundamental analysis, carefully weighing earnings, market share, competitive environment and…

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Checking Up On Workhorse Bond Funds

Written by John Coumarianos | Feb, 8, 2019

At RIA Advisors, we do ongoing research on investments for managing client portfolios, of course. And we recently reassessed some popular bond funds. The results might be interesting for readers….

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MMT Sounds Great In Theory…But

Written by Michael Lebowitz and Lance Roberts | Feb, 7, 2019

If you haven’t heard about Modern Monetary Theory, or “MMT” for short, by now, you will soon. It is highly likely that MMT will be increasingly touted by economists and…

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Economics on Gilligan’s Island

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 6, 2019

Economics on Gilligan’s Island Famed economist Henry Hazlitt wrote the economics classic, Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics. The book is quite popular…

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Kass: Bull Market Complacency Is Back

Written by Doug Kass | Feb, 6, 2019

The Bull Market in complacency has reappeared as the markets (again) disassociate from the real economy. An earnings recession appears increasingly likely (Always) listen to Warren Buffett “I didn’t come…

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It’s Not A Bad Time To Rebalance

Written by John Coumarianos | Feb, 5, 2019

Maybe you don’t like a lot of fuss as an investor, and you want to buy-and-hold a simple portfolio for the long term. That’s fine, but you do have to…

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