old habits die hard
At the request of so many investment advisors, my friends at Riskalyze share the big trends in the assets going into and coming out of advisor portfolios every week. The underlying data is aggregated from hundreds of thousands of client accounts across the $44 billion and counting that advisors manage on the Riskalyze platform*. I…
“you start to see signals and correlations that just don’t exist”
The Greek crisis is like a barber shop – everyone gets to talk all the sh*t they want but at the end of the day, someone’s getting a haircut.
“Wealthy Greeks have gotten their money out already,” continued the German, noting that the next days could unfold like the example provided by Cyprus.
Welcome to year five (or year 2600, depending on your chosen starting point) of the Greek financial crisis. Some things worth keeping in mind: 1. Greece invented finance. It was the starting point of currency and “movable” wealth. It was the birthplace of banking, personal loans, securitized lending, real estate loans, credit-based trade, endowment investing, capital…
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The S&P 500 is up 167% in the past five years, including dividends.
It could easily be one of the best five-year investing periods you will ever experience.
On June 30th, my investment firm will be holding its Q2 client conference call. Because we’ve got a clientele that spans the entire country, we’ve found that holding a call during which we address important topics and take questions from our investors is a really effective way to communicate. In the weeks leading up to…