The Pet Rocks of 21st Century Investing

As robo-advisers, alpha-funds, and balanced-funds become the pet rocks of the internet age of investing – cute but no value – the world is turning to the approach that will change the way people view their investment advisers… Namely… “Probability Investing” is what the internet age brought to investing in 1996 when Netscape IPO’d and…

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Can Mike Tyson Save Your 401(k)?

Let’s start with something your broker will never admit… The number one job of the stock market is to lure you into doing the wrong thing at just the right moment. The market has no master and is incredibly efficient in creating the fewest gains for the least amount of people… And if the markets…

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Three New Lifetime Highs And How "We" Knew

This is not a trick question… “What if there was nothing to report on?” I’m asking you this question because you’ve most likely “hired” a writer (they call themselves editors in the “pick-of-the-month” newsletter world) to tell you a story each day (Hour? half-day?) about the stock market… EVEN if there’s nothing to talk about.…

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The War Machine Is Starting Up… Are You Prepared?

Prepare yourself… …because you are about to get hit with the “War Machine” in the next few weeks. You see the billion-dollar story-based pick-of-the-month newsletter has their sights set on your amygdala. And they are going to hit it hard in the following weeks. But if you know how to run counter terrorism against this…

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Are You Following The Money Or the Policy?

Would you agree that common sense changes? Like how it’s common sense today for doctors to wash their hands before operating. Or how it’s common sense for pilots to have a “take-off” checklist. Or how it’s common sense to workout if you want to have a healthy life. And you know that the above three…

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Are You Running Out Of Runway?

I have three numbers for you… The first one is 11.4… The second one is 10.6… The third one is 11.4… This weekend’s podcast is about a question from a perspective client.  He asked me “what I’m most worried about?” I loved this question because it allowed my brain to go the place that holds…

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This Has Happened Before Every Correction… Seriously.

The definition of greed is an intense and selfish desire for power. We’ve been taught that people are either greedy or fearful in the world of investing. Heck even Warren Buffett, the grandad of every investment quote has said, “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others fearful.” Okay. So what does “intense” “selfish” and “power” mean when…

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If You Are Between 52 to 72 This Might Be Killing You.

  There’s a cycle that is killing people’s futures. It’s the cycle that moves them between buying at a high price because they have a fear of losing out, and so they buy. And then the price starts to fall and they have the fear of losing money, and so they sell. It’s a cycle that moves…

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Is It Time To Invest Overseas…?

I didn’t read a book until I was 19. It’s true. It’s not that I didn’t want to read it’s just that the way my brain was designed, it made reading a very very very effort-based event. So, by the end of the first page I was exhausted and I had to take a break.…

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How Shakeable Are You?

The definition of Shakeable according to The Free Dictionary, which has over 9 billion visitors to its website is: …To cause to lose stability or strength, as of conviction: a crisis that has shaken my deepest beliefs… To disturb or agitate emotionally, upset, to tremble: he was shaken by the loss in his accounts. Basically, stuff you…

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