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A Primer on Retirement Savings Accounts

Dec 28, 2020
Most people who have saved for retirement are invested in several accounts. Consolidating savings accounts makes sense because it simplifies […]

Four Causes of the US Stock Market Bubble

Dec 21, 2020
Investor behaviors are inflating the US stock market bubble, namely hope and greed. Fed intervention is a third cause. It […]

A Foreboding Outlook for the US Stock Market in the Decade of the 2020s

Dec 7, 2020
There is a formula for forecasting future stock returns. Its accuracy depends on forecasts of future Price/Earnings ratios. Crestmont Research […]

Four Pillars of Smart Retirement Investing

Nov 30, 2020
Game-Changing Tools That Prevent Stupid Mistakes.       It was easy to be “smart” in the past decade. The markets produced great […]

The Biden-Harris Administration: What We Think We Know; What We Need to Know

Nov 24, 2020
Certain policies have been laid out by the new administration that we can expect Serious problems lie ahead that no […]

Alternative Investments That Protect U.S. Investors When the Stock Market Bubble Bursts

Nov 16, 2020
We believe US stock and bond markets are currently grossly overpriced, and their bubbles are about to burst Alternatives to […]

The Best Investment Strategy for IRAs

Nov 2, 2020
IRAs are invested 60/40 in stocks/bonds regardless of age and individual needs. A better approach is to follow a target […]

A Stimulating Conversation of the Economy and Stock Market

Oct 22, 2020
The stock market soars on stimulus announcements because – hey, free money – but where’s the money tree? The US […]

If COVID Won’t Pop the Stock Market Bubble, What Will?

Oct 19, 2020
As usual, when stock market bubbles inflate, there are plenty of rationalizations for not worrying about them. Investors believe the […]

The Stock Market Will Reconnect with the Direction of the Economy. Then what?

Oct 5, 2020
There are two reasons why the stock market is disconnected from the economy. Both have huge price tags. Ideally, the […]

The Economy is Suffering a Stroke, not Sniffles. Expensive Federal Relief Medicine is Placebo.

Sep 21, 2020
There is currently a huge unparalleled disconnect between the economy and the stock market. Federal intervention is one of the […]

Will We See a “September Effect” in 2020?

Sep 10, 2020
As is discussed almost every year, September has historically been the most disappointing month for the US stock market So […]