“We do think the coronavirus is most likely a recession-inducing virus, with its own unique characteristics and extra-scary headlines. But despite all the uncertainty and human suffering, the financial consequences are likely to resemble those of a moderate recession,” argues the author of today’s article, who examines the likely human impact (tragic) and economic impact (recession) of the virus – as well as how it affects investment strategies. For more, CLICK HERE.
In today’s article, the author – who has been investing for 40 years – distills all the knowledge he has acquired over the course of those years down into a few key lessons, reflecting strategies he believes can be applied in order “to navigate a course to outperformance”. For these three lessons – including the investing style he believes makes the most sense and how to be a “counter puncher” when it comes to the rise of computer based trading – CLICK HERE.
Be it value, growth, momentum, size, low volatility, some blend thereof – or something else entirely, factor investment strategies have been gaining popularity. In fact, one survey conducted this year found that almost half of asset owners reported using some kind of smart-beta strategy in their asset allocation. So why does the author of today’s article liken the use of factor strategies by some investors to the use of drugs by addicts? CLICK HERE.
Are you making some serious mistakes – and missing out on opportunities – as an investor as a result of “narrow framing”? The author of today’s article explains narrow framing as “a tendency to see investments without considering the context of the overall portfolio” – which can result in investors taking on too little (or too much) risk. To find out if you suffer from narrow framing, the author outlines some coin flip bets to consider – and then proceeds to identify some steps you can take to help avoid the narrow framing trap. To read more, CLICK HERE.
With the nation’s economic health improving, interest rates on the rise, and the prospect of less regulation under the incoming Trump administration, 2017 appears to be shaping up well for financial stocks – which have already benefited from the post-election Trump rally. Today’s article highlights seven financial stocks that – with 60% or greater positive share price movement – “not only outperformed the market, but also possess solid growth prospects.” To see what these seven financial stocks are, CLICK HERE.