Post Tagged with: "asset allocation"

Midyear Outlook & Game Plan

2023 Midyear update for clients and the interested. This market is less certain than usual. We are at an “anything can happen” area and should be ready for anything that can happen. Sign-up for free access.

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Using REITs In Your Portfolio

REITs are favorites among dividend investors. But there is a fallacy that real estate as an asset class outperforms stocks in general. That is not true. Over most time frames, REITS as a group trail the broader stock market. REITs have use for income and growth, but we must be very selective.

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ETFs We Might Add

With the flow of money out of “old economy” and “grandpa stocks”continuing, using corrections to upgrade our asset allocation is an essential idea. Already, we have raised cash on anticipation of a summer correction.

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2016: The End Of A Stealth Bear Market

Happy New Year! For me I am glad to see 2015 go. I had a heart injury, a house fire and have been early on several stock picks. Such is life. I survived, nobody got hurt in the fire, I’m back in my house and early doesn’t usually mean wrong if you are patient.

This is very important reading in my opinion, so please get a beverage and hunker down for a half hour. At least one topic I’m going to cover could spawn a book, but I will keep it as short as possible.

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