We have been asked many times this year whether it is time to rebalance. The two main investment groups are stocks ands bonds.
Yet, year-to-date the total
The subject is the title of Scott Grannis’ Califia Beach Pundit blogsite. Scott, former chief economist for Western Asset Management, blogs on the state of the
Myth #1 - Social Security is going to go broke
- In recent years, more money has gone out in benefits than has come in. If Congress fails to raise taxes or cut
Inflation has cooled off from the 9.1% consumer price index (CPI) increase in June -- the largest advance in the past four decades. US inflation decelerated in
ETFs, or exchange-traded funds, had a record year in 2021 as net inflows eclipsed $900 billion. If you put that amount in context to the two previous years of
Meme stocks are companies that became popular with online communities such as Reddit. These online forums would try to influence a stock’s price by coordinating
The first six months of 2022 saw the S&P 500 decline 21% from its all-time closing high at 4,796 on January 3 to a closing low of 3785 on June 30.
While July is so-far-so good, we don’t know if the stock market is headed out of a rough patch or falls further from here. The biggest problem for investors is
There has been no shortage of recession predictions this year. We may be in the midst of one as the US will likely report another decrease in GDP (gross
Here’s a neat trick. Go to politicalcalculations.com. You will see an entry form on the first page. Put in your birthday. The format is “year.month (YYYY.MM)”