Dollar Cost Averaging is not investment strategy but it could still be useful to re-enter the market after a bear market if your investment strategy moved you to the sidelines in time.
In August 2016 I wrote the following post. Today I added an update to the end of it. Expect an imminent increase in the inflation measures that drive COLAs for retirees. […]
Big to Small Long term charts provide perspective that we lose in the daily charts and noise. Let’s take a look at the TSP fund performance over different time frames and gain […]
Let’s talk forecast. I forecast over optimism in forecast. Over optimism is persistent in forecasts about the economy, earnings, manufacturing and the stock market. But you don’t have to trust me, the […]
A review leading up to the August correction The market’s deeper correction should have come as no surprise. The warning signs have been flashing danger for some time. Market analysts who are […]
I would like for you (and the friends I hope you share this with) to spend some time resetting your frame of reference for investing in the markets. Many of you have a good […]
Okay, it is never easy to make allocation decisions even when you have a good strategy. I still wonder if this year will be like 2013 and we will miss gains over the […]
How can you double your retirement nest egg? Simply make two allocation changes per year — only two. Most investors have heard the saying “Sell in May”. You will find two opposing views […]