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A Major Support For Asset Prices Has Reversed

Written by Lance Roberts | Dec 21, 2020

In 2019, we wrote about how corporate share repurchases, or “stock buybacks,” had accounted for nearly all buying in the market. A year later, that significant support for asset prices has reversed.

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What You Missed On RIA This Week

#WhatYouMissed On RIA This Week: 12-18-20

Written by Lance Roberts | Dec 18, 2020

Here is what you might have missed from the RIA Crew last week. A compilation of our best blogs, newsletter, podcasts, the daily radio show and commentary from RIAPRO.NET.

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#MacroView: Earnings Growth Will Disappoint In 2021

Written by Lance Roberts | Dec 11, 2020

It’s that time of year when Wall Street analysts started trotting out the predictions for earnings growth and stock market targets for the coming year. Unfortunately, each year these overly optimistic estimates are ground down reality disappoints fantasy. 2021 may be much weaker than expected.

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What You Missed On RIA This Week

#WhatYouMissed On RIA This Week: 12-11-20

Written by Lance Roberts | Dec 11, 2020

Here is what you might have missed from the RIA Crew last week. A compilation of our best blogs, newsletter, podcasts, the daily radio show and commentary from RIAPRO.NET.

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What You Missed On RIA This Week

#WhatYouMissed On RIA This Week: 12-04-20

Written by Lance Roberts | Dec 4, 2020

Here is what you might have missed from the RIA Crew last week. A compilation of our best blogs, newsletter, podcasts, the daily radio show and commentary from RIAPRO.NET.

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What You Missed On RIA This Week

#WhatYouMissed On RIA This Week: 11-27-20

Written by Lance Roberts | Nov 27, 2020

Here is what you might have missed from the RIA Crew last week. A compilation of our best blogs, newsletter, podcasts, the daily radio show and commentary from RIAPRO.NET.

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David Robertson: Growth & Inflation Remain Quiescent

Written by David Robertson | Nov 27, 2020

Since the financial crisis in 2008, extraordinary monetary policies have been in place to prevent an ugly and debilitating decline in economic growth. Despite such policies, and because of them, growth has remained below par while inflation remains quiescent.

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MoneyShow: Investing When Markets Detach From The Economy

Written by Lance Roberts | Nov 23, 2020

“The stock market is not the economy.” Such has been the “Siren’s Song” of investors. Given corporations derive their revenue from economic activity, the “Buffett Indicator” suggests investors may be walking into a trap.

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