“The most important decisions you will make as an investor come during a market crash situation,” declares the author of today’s article, who shares some insights on how he is managing his own money during the current crisis, which he describes as feeling like “some combination of WWII, 1987, 2008 and 1929 all wrapped up in one”. For more – including why he advises that personal finances are more important than portfolio management right now – CLICK HERE.
“Asset allocation is typically the most important aspect of portfolio management so understanding how the various asset classes performed is instructive when trying to understand your results,” explains the author of today’s article before sharing his updated “asset allocation quilt” – which shows the returns (and respective rankings) for each asset class for each of the past 10 years – and some important takeaways from it. What insights can be gained from the inclusion of 2018’s returns in the quilt? CLICK HERE.
There are only four months left to go in 2016, but with markets hovering around record highs, uncertainty regarding the prospect of an interest rate hike by the Fed, the presidential election, the potential for as-yet unseen Brexit fallout on Europe and beyond, among a plethora of other concerns, the author of today’s article offers up several “portfolio management ideas for consideration for the balance of 2016.” For the author’s recommendations on managing everything from the U.S. bull market, European investments in light of Brexit, REITs as they become their own sector separate from financials, and much more, CLICK HERE.