Sharing Our Thoughts and Insights
Warren Buffet once said to “only buy something that you’d be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for 10 years.” So how do we go about determining what investments we’d want to hold for this length of time?
The irony of President Trump’s public criticism of the Federal Reserve is that the Fed is what’s actually saving the stock market rally for the President.
Who can spur better investment returns: baby boomers, now entering retirement, or millennials, with the eldest turning 40 in a few years and entering their peak earning years?
Morningstar’s Christine Benz shares some timely advice on what to do and what not do when experiencing a volatile stock market.
Recent technology IPOs (such as Lyft and Uber) have received a cold reception on Wall Street, which is surprising given that they were among the most celebrated tech “unicorns” (venture capital backed firms valued at $1 billion or more) to hit the public markets in years.
No doubt President Trump is acutely aware of how important the economy is to his re-election, which begs the question, how long and far will he push the “Trade War” with China, at the short-term expense of the U.S. economy?
According to the Wall Street Journal, the first quarter of 2019 is on pace to be the second highest quarter on record for share buybacks. Interestingly, the highest quarter on record came in the fourth-quarter last year, when stock prices were plummeting some 20%.
This earnings season has provided another reminder about the interconnectedness of U.S. companies and foreign markets.
How have employer expectations for entry level jobs changed in the last 10 to 15 years? Just in time for graduation season, the article below gives some great advice for those just starting out in the careers (in case you are attending a party or two).