Worrying is a serious offense
Bob Seawright cautions that for most of us most of the time, worrying will surely be counterproductive, leading to bad decisions and poor returns.
The Bull Keeps Running
Brian Wesbury believes that those who stay optimistic will be richly rewarded. As such, he advises staying optimistic (and staying invested).
Every Time Stocks Fall…
Down days in the markets can play head games because it’s impossible to know whether a one day drop is the start of the next bear market.
How to Invest in an Overvalued Market
Ben Carlson reminds us that while you can’t control what the current market valuations are, you can control what you will do about them.
Fed Hikes Again, Sets Plan to Re-Normalize Balance Sheet
Brian Wesbury breaks down Wednesday’s Fed rate hike and statement.
Bulls, Bears & Charlatans
A market crash is always a possibility. But using scare tactics to get people out of the markets (or keep them in) isn’t helpful to anyone.
US Equity Correction? Prepare, Don’t Panic
It may sound counterintuitive, but there’s really no reason to panic when stocks fall. Corrections can be the best time to add to an equity allocation.
How is My Financial Advisor Compensated?
Why should you care how your advisor is paid? Because it can impact the choice of the products recommended to you and your return from those products.
The All or Nothing Bias
“The all or nothing bias” can cause us to forget that a portfolio doesn’t have to be perfect all the time. It just has to be appropriate and sustainable.
What’s The Deal With Low Market Volatility?
With the VIX at a two-decade low, analysts are divided on what it means. Is it the calm before the storm or a sign of more good times to come?