There’s a case for alternative investments with little correlation to global stock markets and the global economy.
U.S. companies find themselves in the best fiscal health in recent memory.
Is this an opportunity to buy all of those great stocks that “got away from you” in the first quarter run-up, or a portent of nasty things to come?
The investment game is a spectator sport that can also turn your stomach at times.
You bet the wrong way on inflation, and it may cost you your nest egg.
We are genuinely pleased with the performance of most asset classes in 2012. As we expected, bond yields have moved mostly sideways.
It will not be another stimulus bill or quantitative easing. It will be demographics.
Though investment possibilities are, in Buffett’s words, “both many and varied,” there are three major categories that we have to choose from.
It has cost me far more in time and money than I had planned. Yes, I bought a house.
Investors can still make a decent profit under these conditions, assuming they choose investments wisely and pay a reasonable price.