Post Tagged with: "asset allocation"

The Inflation Narratives Are Probably Wrong

(Originally published to Seeking Alpha) The hyper stimulated “reopen” trade is feeding narratives that are simply wrong. Traders looking to find greater fools are spinning tales from soundbites, tweets and out of context data into today’s echo chamber half truths. Here is a truth to know and understand: there is no organic economic […]

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Using REITs In Your Portfolio

REITs are favorites among dividend investors. But there is a fallacy that real estate as an asset class outperforms stocks in general. That is not true. Over the past 5 years, inclusive of dividends, these are the returns for the Invesco QQQ ETF (QQQ) representing the Nasdaq 100, the SPDR […]

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ETFs I Plan To Buy Soon

With the flow of money out of “old economy” and “grandpa stocks”continuing, using corrections to upgrade our asset allocation is an essential idea. Already, we have raised cash on anticipation of a summer correction.

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Bluemound Investment Strategies

Asset allocation is at the heart of successful risk management and investing. If you avoid the worst parts of the economy, research demonstrates that you can materially reduce risk and improve performance. Bluemound Asset Management, LLC offers five core investment strategies. Each asset allocation is designed for different types of […]

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