A portfolio rebalancing and weighting plan based on valuation is a powerful risk management strategy.
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Low volatility funds are a recent, popular addition to the ETF space. But is a low volatility ETF actually worth it? Or is there a better alternative?
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While there is a bit of a battle going on between the advocates of buy and hold and those that favor valuation informed indexing, from an outsider standpoint, there are definite similarities between the two.
Let's face it, in 2013 almost every dip in the major stock indexes turned out to be a buying opportunity. Every time the stock market seemed to be starting a correction or meaningful pullback the central bankers came running out on TV proclaiming that low interest rates would remain intact for years to come. Just think about it, there has not been a single 10.0 percent correction in over two years. The last time the stock market even came close to a real correction in 2013 was in May when Ben Bernanke told the world that he would start to taper QE-3. As we all know, he quickly rescinded his statements and kept QE-3 going until 2014. ..
If you are concerned about your ability to invest, perhaps the answer is to learn a little bit more about investing, and how it works.
One of the hottest trends right now is bitcoin. Chances are that you’ve heard about it — and the fact that a bitcoin reached $1,000. But what is Bitcoin? And is it really the next big thing in investing?
Yesterday, Janet Yellen was confirmed by the Senate to be the next Federal Reserve Chairman. History will judge her to be the one holding the markets reins as the next mega stock market bubble collapses. It is somewhat unfair she will be blamed almost entirely, as a majority of the damage will have been inflicted by her predecessor Ben Bernanke. However, she has always been as dovish, if not more than him, never dissenting.