Good investments arise when one identifies a disconnect between the expectations of the market and the underlying reality. Yet, getting two investors to agree on specific opportunities or risks is sometimes a Herculean feat.
Individually, investors employ a wide range… READ MORE ›
Well-known blogger Joshua Brown, a.k.a The Reformed Broker, recently offered five reasons why Americans are fleeing the stock market. While he makes some sound points, he neglected to account for one key factor affecting stock market performance in the last few decades: the bubble in demand for equities created by Baby Boomers.
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