Archive for October, 2021

NEW WORLD ORDER OF MARKET LEADERSHIP?

October 29, 2021

There’s a saying on Wall Street that the market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.  And there’s a widely held financial theory called “Reversion to the Mean” that asserts that eventually asset classes will return to their long term average in terms of several factors including price, price/earnings multiples, and their performance relative to other asset classes like U.S. stocks. 

Reversion to the mean for emerging markets stocks has been a long time coming. 

This week’s guest, Michael Kass who runs Baron Emerging Markets Fund believes their time has come after a very long cycle of underperformance. 

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KASS: NEW INVESTMENT DIRECTIONS

October 29, 2021

Baron Emerging Markets Fund Manager, Michael Kass recently launched Baron New Asia Fund to invest in the next generation of growth companies in Asia. 

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TRENNERT: PAPAYA KING ECONOMICS

October 22, 2021

Economist and investment strategist Jason Trennert explains why he has always taken to the streets to find out what is really going on in the economy.    

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FINANCIAL THOUGHT LEADER, JASON TRENNERT ON THE FINANCIAL RISKS OF HIGHER INFLATION & INTEREST RATES

October 22, 2021

Talk about a seismic shift! Inflation is back with a vengeance.  Higher prices are being felt throughout the economy by consumers and businesses alike. 

The Consumer Price Index, the most widely followed measure of price moves at the retail level, has just experienced its biggest year-over-year increase since the early 1990s. 

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GARDNER: FINANCIAL FREEDOM MINDSET

October 15, 2021

The Motley Fool’s Co-Founder David Gardner is taking the online service’s mission to make its members “smarter, happier, richer” to a wider audience through The Motley Fool Foundation. He explains what he calls the financial freedom mindset.    

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