Global bond yields hover near all-time lows. In the United States, a 10-year Treasury note yields less than 2%. In Europe and Japan, the bond markets have tumbled through the looking glass into a world of negative interest rates. About … Read more
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“The strongest of all warriors are these two—time and patience.”
-Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
Recently, there’s been a lot of talk about rising interest rates and what that means for bond investors. One “solution” (suggested mostly by active fund … Read more
As the holidays approach, I begin to evaluate my clients’ portfolios and look for year-end opportunities. Here’s a list of to ensure that you’re not leaving anything on the table.
- Get more out of tax-loss harvesting.
- Tune up your portfolio
“Oh when I was a kid, I got no respect. I played hide and seek. They wouldn’t even look for me.”
– Rodney Dangerfield¹
For a number of years, I’ve been having conversations about portfolio construction. The specific focus of … Read more
One of the first things a homeowner learns is the importance of inspecting conditions regularly and performing maintenance as needed. All it takes is one leaky sink that, over time, ends up putting a damp hole in your drywall to … Read more
You’ve probably heard it before: “Why would anyone want to invest in the most indebted companies or countries? It’s just throwing good money after bad.” While this premise may seem logical and intuitive on the surface, as with many things … Read more