Tag Archives: NASDAQ

Are You Gambling with Your Retirement Account?

And just like that.  The year is half over.  Can you believe it? Hardly the blink of an eye ago we were putting the final touches on our one great big nasty prediction for 2023 – that China will invade … Continue reading

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Time to Get Real About Artificial Intelligence

There’s never really a good time for a new bubble mania. But usually, they have the decency to come at the tail end of an extended bull market, as a sort of blow-off top. Continue reading

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Why Bonds Are Behaving Like Risky Assets

Since 1976, there have been eight years in which the S&P 500 declined. Bonds softened the stock market losses every time. When stocks went down, bonds went up. Since 1987, Alan Greenspan, and the Greenspan put, made sure of it. Yet, this time is different. Over the first nine months of 2022, bonds and stocks have fallen in tandem. And as stocks have fallen, Fed Chair Powell has hiked interest rates. Continue reading

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The Die is Cast

“Alea iacta est” – Julius Ceasar The NASDAQ crossed the 5,000 mark for the first time since the year 2000 on Monday.  What a journey it has been.  The world hardly resembles itself just fifteen years later.  Practically everything has … Continue reading

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