by Richard Rosso, Clarity Financial “Much of what passes for orthodoxy in economics and finance proves, on closer examination, to be shaky business.” The Misbehavior of Markets – by Benoit ...Read more Comments Off on “Buy & Hold” Fantasy Story Reaches Fever Pitch
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Buy and Hold is Great – It's the Hold Part That's Difficult by James Picerno, The Capital Spectator Holding stocks for the long run has obvious appeal. The ...Read more Comments Off on Buy and Hold is Great – It's the Hold Part That's Difficult
Buy and Hold is Simple, but Far, Far, Far, from Easy by David Merkel, The Aleph Blog I intended on writing this at some point, but Dr. Wesley ...Read more Comments Off on Buy and Hold is Simple, but Far, Far, Far, from Easy
“Wealth isn’t primarily determined by investment performance, but by investment behavior.” – Nick Murray Dr. Andrew Lo, a finance professor at MIT, recently shared his thoughts on ...Read more Comments Off on Why 'Buy and Hold' is a Misnomer
by Charles Bilello, Pension Partners In December 2008, the Federal Reserve embarked upon the most expansionary monetary policy in U.S. history. In an unprecedented action, the Fed moved ...Read more Comments Off on Has the Fed Doomed Buy-and-Hold?
by The Irrelevant Investor Imagine you’re John Templeton, George Soros, and Paul Tudor Jones all rolled up into the worlds greatest trader. Since 1990 you were able to beat ...Read more Comments Off on Are You the Best Trader Ever?
As of Friday, the S&P 500 was at about the same level as at the end of February. I noted then that our estimate of potential market losses ...Read more Comments Off on No ... Stop ... Don't. (Hussman)
Last week we published a note, Divergence: Problems of Leveraged ETFs, and this got a lot of attention. The subject of the piece was the idea that leveraged ...Read more Comments Off on Howard Atkinson Sets the Record Straight on Leveraged ETFs