“Considering how low bond yields are now, U.S. investors may want to try to think more creatively about their asset allocation,” notes the author of today’s article. One avenue investors may want to consider? “Treasure assets” (art, watches, fine wine, rare coins, high-end cars and more) which, despite their ability to help preserve wealth, make up a significantly lower percentage of Americans’ portfolios compared to global investors. For more on the potential role for treasure assets in your portfolio – including how various treasure assets have performed over the last decade – CLICK HERE.
A number of market risks are creating unease among some of the world’s wealthiest investors – and as a result, today’s article notes, they are taking “precautions the average ‘buy and hold’ investor doesn’t hear about to preserve their wealth from sudden and massive market swings.” What are the five risks that are keeping very high-net worth investors on edge – and how are they going about hedging against those risks? CLICK HERE.
While today’s article does not give any tips on how you might go about getting your hands on an extra $10,000, it does offer some advice on what to do with any such “found money” should you be fortunate enough to wind up with some. And while you probably have lots of ideas for what you could do with such a stash, today’s article focuses on smart ways to invest it in the current environment, with the author nothing that “when you invest cash instead of spending on depreciating assets, you set yourself up to have more financial freedom and better outcomes later on.” For more, CLICK HERE.
“Reinvesting dividends can be the most significant factor in building wealth in the long run,” states the author of today’s article, who further notes that an investor could have increased their total return by more than 65% had they reinvested their dividends. As such, the author screened for promising dividend plays: “stocks priced under $20 with dividends that have increased over the past five years, show gains in earnings and strong financials.” For five stocks that passed this screen, CLICK HERE.
Gene editing – the ability to insert, delete and replace DNA – is a game-changing technology – and will be a very profitable one for the right companies. But what are those companies? Today’s article discusses three leading gene-editing companies worthy of attention, the specific diseases their therapies are intended to treat, how to invest in gene editing companies for the highest profit – and which biotech might have the edge when it comes to “the newest and best” gene-editing tool. For more, CLICK HERE.
Just a handful of stocks have been responsible for almost all of the net wealth investors have earned in the stock market since 1926, a finance professor has found. Meanwhile, most stocks have not been good investments, failing to provide better returns than even one-month Treasury bills. Today’s article charts the 50 companies that have created the most wealth for investors since 1926. To see which companies have this distinction – and how investors can use this list going forward – CLICK HERE.