Archive for February, 2021

BITCOIN IS ONE OF MANY BUBBLES OF HISTORIC PROPORTIONS TODAY SAYS FINANCIAL HISTORIAN JAMES GRANT

February 26, 2021

NEW THIS WEEK…
The balance sheet of the Federal Reserve continues to surge at an unprecedented rate, up 83% y/y to a historic level, $7.59 trillion at the latest count.
According to our WEALTHTRACK podcast guest, financial historian, and long-time market observer James Grant, interest rates, the “central pricing mechanism for financial markets” have been pushed to artificially low levels by the Fed’s policies which have created numerous market bubbles. He cites Bitcoin as one of the most extreme examples.
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Which Investments Are Poised To Do Well In 2021?

February 19, 2021

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WHICH INVESTMENTS ARE POISED TO DO WELL IN 2021? STRATEGY ADVICE FROM AN ASSET ALLOCATION PRO

February 19, 2021

Part 2 of 2
Old fashioned asset allocation used to be a fairly simple exercise: 60% individual stocks, usually U.S. large-caps and 40% bonds, mostly investment-grade corporates, some Treasury securities for liquidity, and a smattering of municipal bonds for higher tax bracket individuals.
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READ AGAINST THE GODS: THE REMARKABLE STORY OF RISK

February 19, 2021

READ AGAINST THE GODS: THE REMARKABLE STORY OF RISK


Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk

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PAGE: DEMYSTIFYING ASSET ALLOCATION

February 19, 2021

DEMYSTIFYING ASSET ALLOCATION

Sébastien Page is a thought leader in the key strategy of asset allocation at T. Rowe Price. But why did he feel compelled to write an entire book about it?

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