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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My colleague recently explained how he moved from a furnished apartment to an unfurnished one, requiring him to get some furniture. He thought about renting because there was a chance he might move back into a furnished apartment sometime in … Read more
By the time I awoke in Pennsylvania on Monday, January 4, the first day of 2016 trading, Chinese stocks had tumbled by about 7%. When the U.S. stock market opened a few hours later, prices plunged before recovering to register … Read more
Debbie buried her face in her hands. Through our two-way videoconference, I could clearly see her angst about my recommendation. At several other times in our consultation, she shook her head with a frown.
“I have never—NEVER—made money,” she said, … Read more
I grew up in a sailing family, and the first thing we were taught was that the wind was both an ally and an adversary. Like investing, having the wind at your back is both a comfortable and an expeditious … Read more
I am a fan of movie trilogies, and my favorites include those that involve Luke Skywalker and Jason Bourne. Trilogies interest me because, while they consist of separate movies, they still share an overarching story line. That’s not dissimilar from … Read more