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Now That Everyone's Been Pushed into Risky Assets...

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Posted by Of Two Minds

on Monday, 20 March 2017 07:53

global-assets1-17If we had to summarize what's happened in eight years of "recovery," we could start with this: everyone's been pushed into risky assets while being told risk has been transformed from something to avoid (by buying risk-off assets) to something you chase to score essentially guaranteed gains (by buying risk-on assets).

The successful strategy for eight years has been buy the dips because risk-on assets always recover and hit new highs: housing, stocks, bonds, bat guano futures--you name it.

Those who bought the dip in hot housing markets have seen spectacular gains since 2011. Those who bought every dip in the stock market have been richly rewarded, and those buying bonds expecting declining yields have until recently logged reliable gains.

The only asset class that's lower than it was in 2011 is the classic risk-off asset: precious metals.

Investors who avoided risk-on assets--stocks, bonds, REITs (real estate investment trusts) and housing in hot markets--have been clubbed, while those who piled on the leverage to buy every dip have been richly rewarded.

....continue reading HERE


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Is recent Stock Market Rally Real or a Blow-off Top?​​​​​​

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Posted by Chris Vermeulen & John Winston: Modest Money

on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 07:24


The U.S. stock market remains in a full-blown bull market with President Trump re-energizing the base.  The U.S. stock market has temporarily become overbought and is likely due for a pause before the next new impulse wave up resumes.

My research indicates…

This Bull Market is not over. After this, it will move much higher!


Courtesy of  TMTF service

The chart, displayed below, is an overbought/oversold indicator which when it pushes above +100 or below -100, respectively, the indicator will hit its’ extreme point.  The market then respond to it which indicates a change in the market’s trend.



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How Much Money You Should Have Saved at Every Age

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Posted by Kimmie Greene - Intuit

on Sunday, 12 March 2017 06:17

Saving-Money-288x300By age 30: Have the equivalent of your annual salary saved. If you earn $50,000 a year, aim to have $50,000 in savings when you hit 30.

By age 35: Have twice your annual salary saved.

By age 40: Have three times your annual salary saved.

By age 45: Have four times your annual salary saved.

By age 50: Have five times your annual salary saved.

By age 55: Have six times your annual salary saved.

By age 60: Have seven times your annual salary saved.

By age 65: Have eight times your annual salary saved.

....continue reading HERE


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Bill Gross: Show Me The Money

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Posted by Holly LaFon via GuruFocus.com

on Friday, 10 March 2017 06:29

Money Dollars InvestThe latest Investment Outlook from Janus Capital's Bill Gross

"School days" inexorably continue at the Gross household, not just because of grandchildren, but because of the necessity to teach my own kids the complexities and pitfalls of investing. As I get older, I fear I may unduly introduce them to a 1930s Will Rogers warning about losing money: "I'm not so much concerned about the return on my money," he wrote, "but the return of my money." "Don't lose it" is my first and most important conceptual lesson for them despite the Trump bull market and the current "animal spirits" that encourage risk, as opposed to the preservation of capital.

Recently I also explored with them the concept of financial leverage -.....continue reading HERE


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Marc Faber – The Risk of Global Collapse, Economic Collapse & Financial Crisis is Rising

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Posted by Marc Faber via Liberty Talk Radio

on Wednesday, 08 March 2017 18:38

This unprecedented monetary experiment as in the last 5000 to 6000 years interest rates have never been this low. There's never been negative interest rates and it is clear that one day the bond market will react negatively. But it is not crystal clear......continue listening to the interview below:

....related: Faber Warns: Beware a Stock Market ‘Avalanche’

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