Dow 30,000….Yawn

The Dow is 50 points shy of breaching 30,000. When I entered the business, the Dow was crossing 10,000 for the first time and they handed out hats on the floor of the exchange. Hats! The mood was euphoric, the dot com bubble was raging and people couldn’t get enough...
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Should I Sell Everything?

Not a single day goes by where I am not asked the question, ‘Should I sell everything into the election? I am hearing things will crash.’ The irony is, it is about half and half with respect to which candidate will win. For example, I have a large group of folks who...

Biden’s Bounce

I recently watched the Social Dilemma on Netflix, and I highly recommend it. While the primary point was to expose the potential dangers of social media on our youth, one must not overlook the discussion surrounding the algorithms and artificial intelligence designed...

What Drives the Price of Gold? – Mark Hendrix

In this article I’ll be addressing two important questions about gold; the sources of demand for gold and why gold should have a place in your portfolio. For decades Warren Buffett, has been an outspoken opponent of owning gold. Gold said Buffett, “gets dug out of the...

Is the Rally in Gold for Real? – Mark Hendrix

Gold is trading at $2,043 as of this writing and has closed higher 15 out of the last 16 trading sessions. Prior to last Friday’s sell off, gold set a new all-time high the previous nine consecutive trading sessions. That’s what you call HOT! What is behind the...

A Tale of Two Markets

May 13th, 2020 - It’s been a nice respite, as the market has worked off the March crash and rebounded back to respectable levels. It’s another good lesson in extremes and also making sure we always remain open minded to the counter argument. I’ll spare you the...

Understanding Price vs. Value

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfDRpm80hDM Many people don’t understand the difference between the price of a market and whether or not it is a value. Today we take a look at the difference with a common metric to understand a bit more about where the market is...

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Dow 30,000….Yawn

Dow 30,000….Yawn

The Dow is 50 points shy of breaching 30,000. When I entered the business, the Dow was crossing 10,000 for the first time and they handed out hats on the floor of the exchange. Hats! The mood was euphoric, the dot com bubble was raging and people couldn’t get...

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Now What??

Now What??

It was sometime around 2010 or 2011 when I wasted over two hours listening to a presentation by a famous economist / money manager expounding on all the reasons the US dollar was on the verge of cratering, fiat currency as we knew it was about to be worthless, gold...

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Should I Sell Everything?

Should I Sell Everything?

Not a single day goes by where I am not asked the question, ‘Should I sell everything into the election? I am hearing things will crash.’ The irony is, it is about half and half with respect to which candidate will win. For example, I have a large group of folks...

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What We Do

Comprehensive Planning

Comprehensive Planning

Comprehensive Planning   Starting with an End in Mind What is the rate of return you need to achieve so that you will not run out of money? It’s a simple question. It may be the most important question. But most can’t answer it. It is only after you determine...

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Investment Management

Investment Management

Classic Investment for Today’s Money The market can be irrational and volatile. Long-term investment strategies rely on analysis and corporate valuation, but they often cannot take two fundamental factors into account: fear and greed. We are not afraid of the word...

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