After seven years in the penalty box, gold is finally starting to come alive, and the Armageddon crowd is absolutely loving it. Maybe after ten years of rising, stocks are finally expensive on a relative basis? These are the guys who are perennially predicting the collapse of the dollar, the default of the US government,
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“At some point in 2019, knuckles are going to be turning white, and we'll see whatever rabbits Janet Yellen is going to have to pull out of her hat,” said David Rosenberg of Gluskin, Sheff & Associates.
Asset allocation is the one question that I get every day which I absolutely cannot answer. The reason is simple: no two investors are alike. The answer varies whether you are young or old, have $1,000 in the bank or $1 billion, are a sophisticated investor or an average Joe, in the top or the
"If we live in a period of uncertainty long enough, it becomes the norm," said Drew Matus, an economist at UBS.
At my Mad Hedge Lake Tahoe Conference, I head an amazing piece of information from a guest speaker. Fidelity recently conducted a study to identify their best-performing clients. They neatly fell into two groups: people who forgot they had an account at Fidelity, and dead people. It all underlines the futility of trading the markets
Bonds are about to drop like a rock. Stocks will drop sharply in the coming year. What could be better than an ETF that benefits from both falling bonds AND stocks? It just so happens that there is such an animal. When you look at the profusion of new ETFs being launched today, you find
Note to Readers: In honor of the funeral of President George H.W. Bush there will be no letter on Wednesday. The stock market, banks, and all government offices will be closed. 1) I have an Opening for the Mad Hedge Fund Trader Concierge Service It’s happened again. Another long term follower of the Mad Hedge
"The market has been expecting the Fed to raise interest rates at its next meeting for three years now. It's been right once. In December, it will be right for the second time," said Aaron Kline of the Brookings Institution.
"The question is not whether Tesla will sell 80,000 or 90,000 cars this year, but whether they will sell 14 million or 15 million in 15 years. I believe they can do it," said Ron Baron of long-term value player, Baron Capital.
"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country," said John F. Kennedy, America's 35th president.