Real Investment Daily

What Turkey Can Teach Us About Gold

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Sep, 5, 2018

If you were contemplating an investment at the beginning of 2014, which of the two assets graphed below would you prefer to own? Data Courtesy: Bloomberg In the traditional and…

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As Good As It Gets

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug, 30, 2018

“Only those that risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” – T.S. Eliot I was reminded of that quote recently as I was reading…

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Running On Empty

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Aug, 29, 2018

We would like to introduce you to Sam and his finances. Currently, Sam does well for himself, earning $100,000 a year. Sam loves the good life, and to maintain it…

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Don’t Worry About Trump; Worry About Earnings

Written by John Coumarianos | Aug, 29, 2018

If you’re concerned about President Trump’s influence on the stock market you’re concerned about the wrong thing. That’s not because political leaders – and their problems — don’t influence stock…

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Should You Ignore John C. Bogle?

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug, 27, 2018

Listen, I get it. When markets are rising everyone wants to be bullish. Why not? As Bob Farrell’s Rule #10 states: “Bull markets are more fun than bear markets.”  It…

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Why U.S. Stocks Hit A Record

Written by Jesse Colombo | Aug, 27, 2018

The S&P 500 hit an intraday record of 2,876.16 on Friday, surpassing its January 2018 peak that occurred before the violent 12% correction that ensued in February. The official reason…

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Weekend Reading: Impeachment Risk

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug, 24, 2018

Yesterday, the President stated: “If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash. I think everybody would be very poor. Because without this thinking, you would see, you…

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The Elephant In The Room: Share Repurchases

Written by David Robertson | Aug, 24, 2018

In a famous Indian parable [here] a group of blind men encounter an elephant. Since each blind man encounters a different part of the elephant (e.g., the tusk, the leg),…

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Don’t Fear The Yield Curve?

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug, 23, 2018

In July of this year, James McCusker penned an article entitled “Don’t Fear The Yield Curve” in which he stated: “There are always a lot of things to worry about…

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The Weaponization of the Dollar

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Aug, 22, 2018

The Uncivil Civil War discussed the sanguine approach many investors take towards equity risk despite clear signs of domestic political turbulence. The article put the upcoming elections and the growing…

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Why Your Credit Score Just Improved

Written by Richard Rosso | Aug, 22, 2018

Are you one of the 8 million consumers who noticed a credit score improvement and wondered how it happened? Here’s the scoop: Beginning in March 2015, The National Consumer Assistance…

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