Are You Making These 3 Common Mistakes?

A lot can go wrong when you’re deciding how to invest your money. Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Tumisu / Pixabay Below are three of the most common mistakes investors make – and how to minimise the damage they can cause to your portfolio. 1. Regretting your buys Once you’ve [...]

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Don’t Be Fooled By Good Economic Numbers

Editor’s note: Today, we’re sharing an essay from our friends at Agora Financial. In it, Jim Rickards shares what’s really going on with the U.S. economy today… [REITs] Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc geralt / Pixabay   The Trump administration’s initiatives on the U.S. economy are notable and mostly positive. Regulations have [...]

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The Income You’re Missing Out On

When it comes to investing, you have options about how you want to make money —literally and figuratively. Get Our Activist Investing Case Study! Get the entire 10-part series on our in-depth study on activist investing in PDF. Save it to your desktop, read it on your tablet, or print it [...]

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Value is coming back

A correction in the U.S. markets is long overdue… You hear it all the time, including from us.   Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc We’ve written before about how the U.S. bull market is losing steam… how the market is “stretched”… how geopolitical risk is rising… and that the “Trump Rally” [...]

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When Crisis Hits, Hold This Asset?

If you own some Singapore shares, an emerging markets fund, a U.S. ETF, and some bonds, you might think your portfolio is well-diversified. But it’s probably not.   Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc EM Recovery Is Grinding To A Halt: Capital Econ We’ve written before about investing in assets with low correlations. [...]

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The Only Benchmark That Matters

How exactly do you track the growth of your net worth over the long run? The assets of most individual investors are diversified amongst a few stocks or ETFs, some fixed income, a little real estate here and there, a bunch of depreciating assets (from cars to toasters), a retirement [...]

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