Flunking P.E. is pretty difficult to do. Most who do, are those who don’t show up in the first place – or, as in the case of many investors today, those who show up at the wrong time.
The other day I read a fake news report about real news, and it convinced me that fake news isn’t the problem; real news is.
For every 10 homes sales done in Visalia, one is a “flipper”. For those who are unfamiliar with “flipping”, I am not using it in a pejorative sense (although, as we will see, that does not mean it isn’t pejorative).
Sometimes, figuring out where you’d like to go is only half the battle.
What comes to mind when you hear the phrase: no pain, no gain? Whatever it is that comes to mind, I have a feeling your investment portfolio is not among them.
In this Investment Insights, author and Chief Investment Officer, John R. Hooper, discusses when elites fail, populists need to avoid taking a wrong turn, central bankers have cultivated a casino-like atmosphere and to chase the future, not the past performance.
Are interest rates really going up? The consensus seems to be yes. The reality is Yes and No.
As we near the end of 2016, there may be an opportunity to reduce your income taxes if you act before the end of the year. The election of Mr. Trump will likely result in significant changes to the income tax code.
Saving money is like eating Brussels sprouts: it is very beneficial, but it never feels good in the moment.
We are now two weeks past one of the most surprising election results in American political history. While there are certainly mixed feelings among various groups, everyone is asking the same important question: what does this mean for my portfolio?