Having an Excellent Fixed Income Investment Is Not Enough

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One major reason people invest is so they can create a source of passive income. In that particular scenario, having an excellent fixed income is probably your safest bet. However, having this kind of fixed income investment is sometimes not enough. A single source of income, no matter how great, is quite unreliable, due to… Read More

Can Consumers Save Economy From Recession?

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. The post Can Consumers Save Economy From Recession? appeared first on UPFINA – Pursuit of Truth in Finance & Economics. Besides looking at monthly inflation data, the Fed looks to see if inflation expectations are well anchored. This is the likelihood inflation expectations will stay where they are. The… Read More

Healthcare Services Inflation YoY Highest On Record

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. The post Healthcare Services Inflation YoY Highest On Record appeared first on UPFINA – Pursuit of Truth in Finance & Economics. Even though stocks have done well in the past few months outside of the recent August correction, fund managers have been consistently bearish. Either they will be proven… Read More

The growing threat of a corporate bond market meltdown.

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“These things don’t happen overnight for companies. They happen overnight only for investors.” The following article was originally published in “What I Learned This Week” on August 8, 2019. To learn more about 13D’s investment research, please visit our website. The above quote comes from a WolfStreet article recapping Clover Technology’s leveraged-loan blow-up last month. A… Read More

How Low Could Interest Rates Go In The US?

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. The post How Low Could Interest Rates Go In The US? appeared first on UPFINA – Pursuit of Truth in Finance & Economics. With the 30 year US treasury yield near its record low which was reached in July 2016, this recent rally is nearly historic. The 30 year… Read More

Hiring Growth Diverges From Retail Sales Growth

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. The post Hiring Growth Diverges From Retail Sales Growth appeared first on UPFINA – Pursuit of Truth in Finance & Economics. For much of this expansion, the Fed has wanted inflation to increase as it would signal economic growth was strong. We can debate whether the economy needs to… Read More

Learning From Chuck Akre

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This article was originally published on MastersInvest.com. One of the traits that sets the Great Investors apart is the ability to be grounded – to remain calm under pressure and sensible when things get hairy. All the Masters have it but none more so than Chuck Akre. Grounded: Mentally and emotionally stable, admirably sensible, realistic, and… Read More

Was The “Midcycle Adjustment” A Big Mistake?

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. The post Was The “Midcycle Adjustment” A Big Mistake? appeared first on UPFINA – Pursuit of Truth in Finance & Economics. For those who are new to following monetary policy, the fact that the Fed cut rates 25 basis points on July 31st, doesn’t make the meeting dovish even… Read More

How to Invest Like Warren Buffett

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Many people assume Warren Buffett‘s investment strategy is a big secret–but it’s actually not a secret at all. In fact, Buffett has included his investment criteria in the opening pages of every single Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report since 1982: BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. ACQUISITION CRITERIA We are eager to hear from principals or their representatives about businesses… Read More

Webull Review: Zero-Commission Trading App

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For the Enterprising Investor Are you the investor that loves to inspect every individual data point in a stock? Are you an active trader? Let me introduce you to Webull. You’ve likely heard of other zero-commission brokerages like Webull, as they are rapidly growing in reputation; and for good reason! I’ve prepared a comprehensive review… Read More

Part lI: An Overview of Visa

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This article was originally published on MineSafetyDisclosures.com. WHAT VISA DOES Visa sits at the center of more than half of the world’s credit card transactions, connecting cardholders (and their banks) on one side, with merchants (and their banks) on the other. Because there are thousands of banks, millions of merchants, and billions of consumers, it would… Read More

Should You Invest in Marijuana Stocks?

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Listen on: iTunes | Google Podcasts | Online  Question: What do you think about investing in marijuana stocks? We have a great front-row view of this industry, as Colorado was one of the earlier states to legalize marijuana. We think making money on marijuana (cannabis with high content of intoxicating THC) and hemp (cannabis that contains low content of THC)… Read More

Disclosing Positions

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Not many investors have been likened to Warren Buffett in their investment career. Besides numerous other aspects, you would need to have an incredible track record for one, and most of the Investment Masters, despite having enviable track records themselves, have found it difficult to match Buffett and his long history of success. UK based… Read More

Learning From David Abrams

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What if I told you that there was a guy who has a degree in History, who, when he started his career in investing not only did not know the difference between a stock and a bond but also hadn’t a clue as to what they actually were, has worked in Risk Arbitrage with Seth… Read More

How Buffett Manages Risk

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Investing involves risk. No surprise there and virtually every investor will agree. When there’s the chance of losing your capital, and by that I mean permanent loss of capital, then it’s something to be concerned about. You’re exposing yourself to danger and that in essence is the definition of risk. Interestingly though, whilst we’re all… Read More

Where to invest in the next 10 years, 20 years and 30 years?

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In our view, the answer unequivocally is emerging markets. The following article was originally published in “What I Learned This Week” on March 28, 2019. To learn more about 13D’s investment research, please visit our website. In 1988, we read that it took 70 years to build a landline system in the UK, 50 years in the… Read More

Winning the Lottery

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https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jerry-and-marge-selbee-how-a-retired-couple-won-millions-using-a-lottery-loophole-60-minutes/ Source: csinvesting.org