How I Use A Barbell Investing Strategy To Avoid Financial Ruin

Warren Buffet’s #1 rule of investing is “never lose money!” We’re all trying to figure out how to get the highest return with the lowest acceptable risk, but “once in a lifetime” risks in the financial markets seem to regularly present themselves these days. I’ve been investing in the markets for over 16 years, 5 […]

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What Is Austerity?

Austerity policies are nothing new. But talk about them in the news has recently escalated. In response to its ongoing debt crisis, the Greek government is preparing to implement austerity measures aimed at helping the country regain its financial footing. … Continue reading →

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Value of U.S. Housing Market Hits Another All-Time High

In the second quarter of 2020, the U.S. housing market hit an all-time high of $32.8 trillion, per The Federal Reserve’s Flow of Funds Report, as referenced in the latest Monthly Chartbook from the Urban Institute. That was up from roughly $32.4 trillion in the first quarter of 2020, thanks to an increase in home [&hellip

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Investing With the Business Cycle

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A “business cycle” refers to the periodic expansion and contraction of a nation’s economy. Also known as an “economic cycle,” it tracks the different stages of growth and decline in a country’s gross domestic product, or economic activity. Business-cycle investing is not an exact science and past performance isn’t indicative of future returns. Investors can […]

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U.S. Housing Market Will Withstand a Wave of Foreclosures When Forbearance Ends

Investors and first-time homebuyers will quickly buy up an impending wave of foreclosures from homeowners saddled with debt during the pandemic  More than 3.3. million of U.S. homeowners will be on the hook for delinquent payments when mortgage forbearance ends. While some of those homeowners who are overleveraged or unaware of their options will contribute …

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