Tag Archives: stocks
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
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