Real Investment Daily

Retired Or Retiring Soon? Yes, Worry About A Correction

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan 27, 2020

Yes,  “retirees” SHOULD be worried about bear markets. Taking the correct view of your portfolio, and the risks being undertaken, is critical when entering the retirement and distribution phase of the portfolio life cycle.

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#FPC: New Advisors: Stop Doing These Two Things.

Written by Richard Rosso | Jan 24, 2020

The higher stocks ride a glide path of zero volatility, the greater the risks for investors and their financial partners to fall victim to overconfidence. After all, we are human;  when it comes to money and emotions our brains are no smarter than a lizard’s. 

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Yes, Rates Are Still Going To Zero

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan 23, 2020

“If the U.S. economy entered a recession soon and interest rates fell in line with levels seen during the moderate recessions of…

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MacroView: 2020 Market & Investment Outlook

Written by Michael Lebowitz and Lance Roberts | Jan 17, 2020

The Fed’s problem is not only are they caught in an “economic liquidity trap,” where monetary policy has become ineffective in stimulating economic growth, but are also captive to a “market liquidity trap.”

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Yeah…But

Written by Michael Lebowitz and Jack Scott | Jan 15, 2020

Yeah… Barry Bonds, a Major League Baseball (MLB) player, put up some amazing stats in…

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Technically Speaking: This Is Nuts – Part Deux

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan 14, 2020

A second look at the overly optimistic structure of the market currently as “everyone is in the equity pool.” Combined with the technical deviations of the long-term mean, this is why we recently reduced risk.

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MacroView: Has The Fed Trapped Itself?

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan 11, 2020

The Fed’s problem is not only are they caught in an “economic liquidity trap,” where monetary policy has become ineffective in stimulating economic growth, but are also captive to a “market liquidity trap.”

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Market Bubbles: It’s Not The Price, It’s The Mentality.

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan 9, 2020

The increase in speculative risks, combined with excess leverage, leave the markets vulnerable to a sizable correction at some point in the future. The only missing ingredient for such a correction is the catalyst to bring “fear” into an overly complacent marketplace. 

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Investing Versus Speculating

Written by Michael Lebowitz and Jack Scott | Jan 8, 2020

Value investors understand that compounding wealth depends on avoiding large losses. These terms and their proper definitions serve as a rock-solid foundation for sound reasoning and analytical rigor of market forces, central bank policies, and geopolitical dynamics that influence global liquidity, asset prices, and valuations. They enable critical foresight.

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