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How We Use Bonds

January 11, 2013
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Typically, investors hold bonds in their portfolio to mitigate the volatility of stocks.  While bonds may reduce the portfolio volatility and drawdowns of a stock portfolio somewhat, it would take an extremely large bond allocation, along with an extremely large reduction in potential portfolio returns, to have any […]

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I Actually Agree With Goldman Sachs

January 7, 2013
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Why Goldman Thinks You Should Dump Bonds NowGoldman Sachs has issued a warning to their clients to get out of bond funds.  I actually agree with them, however, not for the same reason.Goldman is predicting that interest rates will increase:”A reversion of risk premiums to […]

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I Actually Agree With Goldman Sachs

January 7, 2013
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Why Goldman Thinks You Should Dump Bonds NowGoldman Sachs has issued a warning to their clients to get out of bond funds.  I actually agree with them, however, not for the same reason.Goldman is predicting that interest rates will increase:”A reversion of risk premiums to historical […]

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The Only Statistics That Matter

January 2, 2013
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There are a bunch of statistics that Wall Street uses to try to help investors evaluate potential investments.  Most of these measures are useless or close to useless.  The two most important statistics that will help an investor determine whether they will be happy with a […]

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