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Is it Time to Sell?

With 2018 already half over, the U.S. stock market (NYSEARCA:SCHB) is outperforming its global peers, plus it still trades near all-time highs. Is it time for investors to cash in their equity holdings?

The perennially dilemma for investors and traders – right after when to buy – is but of course,

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Posted in Asset Allocation, cryptocurrency, Fox Feed, investing, Investor Behavior & Psychology, NASDAQ Feed, Partner Feeds, Portfolio Management, U.S. Stock Market, Yahoo Feed
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3 Strategies for Managing Higher Volatility

“Everyone has the brain power to make money in stocks. Not everyone has the stomach,” once observed legendary fund manager Peter Lynch. His point was that most people don’t have the stomach – or emotional stamina – for sticking to an investment plan when market conditions get choppy.

What makes 2018 remarkably different from the recent past is rising stock market volatility.

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Posted in Asset Allocation, ETF, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Financial Planning, Fox Feed, high stock market, international stocks, investing, Investor Behavior & Psychology, NASDAQ Feed, Partner Feeds, Portfolio Management, Retirement Planning, Volatility VIX, Yahoo Feed
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Don’t Let Home-Bias Investing Trip You Up

The total U.S. stock market has gained over 20% during the past year and is doing great. But for U.S. investors that are under-weighted to foreign stocks, it’s not so great. Why? Because foreign stocks have convincingly outperformed U.S. equities, thereby causing a performance deficit. What’s the problem?

The tendency of investors to concentrate and tilt their stock and bond holdings toward their home country is referred to as “home-bias investing.”

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Posted in Asia Pacific, Asset Allocation, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Fox Feed, Frontier Markets, Global Economy, Global Real Estate, Investor Behavior & Psychology, Japan, Latin America, NASDAQ Feed, Partner Feeds, Portfolio Management, U.S. Stock Market, Yahoo Feed
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Why Contrarian Investing Still Works

Being a contrarian investor is a lot harder than it sounds. It means doing the opposite of the crowd. It means having the stomach and stamina to buy assets or investments that are unloved, misunderstood, and trading at bargain prices.

Highly respected investors who made their fortunes by being contrarians include David Dreman,

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Posted in Asset Allocation, Emerging Markets, Fox Feed, Investor Behavior & Psychology, Leveraged Long/Short ETFs, NASDAQ Feed, Partner Feeds, Portfolio Management, Sentiment Analysis, Yahoo Feed
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What Behavioral Biases are Messing You Up?

News flash: Your worst enemy isn’t inflation, deflation, a market crash, or whatever other scary financial scenarios you can think of. Rather, we ourselves, in many cases become our own worst enemies. And at any given time, our behavior simply amplifies whatever bad things might be happening around us.

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