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Tactical Asset Allocation and Secular Bear Markets

Excellent advice from B. Ritholtz: During a secular bear market, an investor’s job is to manage risk and preserve capital During a secular bull market, an investor’s job is to maximize return Before going further, a let’s review these key … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Invest-Safely.com

Invest-Safely.com turns 2 years old today. I can’t believe two years have passed since the site first went live (almost 3 years since the initial framework was laid out!). Progress has come in fits and starts, and I feel like … Continue reading

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Rule-Based Investing Saves the Day

Right now, the market has been in an uptrend for almost two years. Statistically speaking, the rally is one of the longest uptrends on record. So it is only natural for people to begin questioning “when will we see a … Continue reading

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Make your kid a millionaire follow-up

In yesterdays article “Make your kid a millionaire“, I mentioned my thoughts on using an average annual return of 8% for projecting future returns. As a follow-up, here is an infographic from the NY Times, entitled “In Investing, It is … Continue reading

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Make your kid a millionaire

That’s the gist of an article from Paul Katzeff, entitled “Make your Kid into an IRA Millionaire“. The article is basically a great compound interest example.  To summarize, if you start your children saving in an IRA when they are … Continue reading

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