Month: December 2018

Credit: Getty Royalty FreeGetty For many Americans, investing in mutual funds is their primary, or perhaps only, way of saving for retirement. This means their sole exposure to the stock market, one of the greatest methods of wealth creation, is through fee-driven funds over which they have little control. Throughout the last 20 years, total mutual fund net assets
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When Kevin Zraly first started studying wines almost 50 years ago, it wasn’t the most popular alcoholic beverage in the U.S. “People looked at me like I was nuts studying wines,” Zraly said. “All my friends were drinking beer.” At 21, Zraly hitchhiked to California to get exposure to the wines there. And after graduating
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Higher interest rates will be a headwind for high-technology stocks, but they won’t cause another 2001-style wreckage in 2019. Higher interest rates have already shaken up technology stocks. The tech-heavy Nasdaq is beginning to look like the early days of the dotcom bubble burst, back in the early 2001. Popular stocks like Alphabet, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon
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A interview with billionaire debt investor and founder of Oaktree Capital Management, Howard Marks. In this interview, Howard discusses how he invests in market cycles and the mentality of a successful investor. Howard also talks about starting a Hedge Fund/Asset Management firm and the trade war. 📚 Books by Howard Marks and his favourite books
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