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Cash
Unfortunately, this is sometimes the line I find myself telling people in poor financial shape. If someone is at the point where they need to stop working, and they haven’t saved much, they’re looking at living a very modest lifestyle. The longer my career goes on, the less I seem to encounter this, but every...
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To many, the mark of the beginning of the financial crisis was on March 16, 2008 when Bear Stearns was sold to Chase at a fire-sale price. The Dow Jones closed that day at 11,951.09 and continued to charge downward for the next year. As I write this, the Dow Jones is at 12,821.25. I...
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Regular readers of my blog will know that I often riff on the 10 year Treasury rates and how I feel that it spells out a “Safety Bubble”. Many investors have fled there for safety, perhaps under estimating the ugliness of price risk. If you buy a low yield bond and immediately afterward bond yields...
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