Equities in the U.S. look expensive but our debt looks cheap. Overseas it's the exact opposite.
Are discipline and decision making ever affected during periods of underperformance? You bet.
It's ignorant to think no measure of market timing is necessary to successfully manage money.
There may be a limit as to how much lower the stock can fall.
A client is handling his mother's affairs and wants to know what, if anything, could be done to generate additional income.
There are no guarantees that we will experience a correction of any consequence in the coming weeks or months, but the ingredients are all in place.
Since the price of crude oil cratered from $150 per barrel to $40 in 2008, the commodities asset class as a whole has been more or less shunned. But now might be a good time to 'un-shun.'
While most headlines seem to be encouraging investors to protect their portfolios against the imminence of rising rates, there has been little gained by acting on that advice up to this point.
Just like the Fed's 'tapering' isn't tightening, China's slowing isn't shrinking.
Linn has been publicly slammed multiple times over the past 12 months. Whether selling here turns out to be a 'good' trade will greatly depend on your entry point.