Category: Planning

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 […]

What Lies Ahead: Deflation or Inflation?

Jul 20, 2020
Despite the $trillions in stimulus money being poured into the US economy, there has been no inflation. In fact many […]

How Will 78 Million Baby Boomers Pay for Their Retirement Years?

Jun 8, 2020
Most of our 78 million baby boomers have not saved enough to last the rest of their lives. Many will […]

Hopium: The Miracle Drug That Makes Everything Seem Okay

May 18, 2020
The decade of the 2010s was among the best for making money in stocks and bonds, but this current decade […]

Drastic Coronavirus Economic Actions Can Lead to Drastic Consequences!

May 15, 2020
Governments are softening the economic blow of COVID-19 by throwing a lot of money at it. This increase in Quantitative […]

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of COVID-19

May 11, 2020
COVID-19 impacts our health, employment, investments, and the economy In each case, there are good, bad and ugly consequences We […]

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Inflation

Apr 13, 2020
The Federal Reserve (“the Fed”) is charged with fueling the economy with just the right amount of printed money to […]

What’s the Catch in Fidelity’s Zero-Fee Mutual Funds?

Mar 30, 2020
Fidelity launched four new zero-fee index mutual funds in 2019:

It’s About Time That Baby Boomers Took Our Warnings Seriously

Mar 12, 2020
For some time now we have been warning baby boomers that they can’t afford the investment risk they have been […]