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Markets are a Confidence Trick

Many investors are experiencing the real downside of stockmarkets for the first time. Suddenly they’re no longer placid, happy holiday resorts where riches gently roll to shore simply by waiting. […]

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Anatomy of Fear and Greed

As an eager plethora of pundits start writing the postmortem on the Fed-induced Ponzi bull market, it is being said that it ended just as it began—in chaos and out […]

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How Do I Know I’m Making the “Best” Decisions?

Video #4 of Mo’s Daily Video Updates:   Transcript   How do I know I’m making the best decision? Amidst today’s turmoil, many investors are contemplating whether they should liquidate […]

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The Coronavirus Presents Us With An Opportunity

Recency bias guarantees that, over the next week, we will see a large number of analyses comparing the stock market crash of March 2020 to the crash of late 2008. […]

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What If You Buy Stocks Too Early During a Market Crash?

I know of a professional trader who foresaw the Great Recession, went to cash in the summer of 2008 before things got crazy and came up with a wonderful plan […]

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11 Positive Things to Do Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis

“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. […]

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Three Crisis Strategies to Avoid

These three approaches will lead to poor returns in today’s market: Only Considering Extreme Scenarios Underestimating Portfolio Risk Abandoning Discipline (Your Only True Edge)   Read the Full Article Here: […]

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What Is the VIX Telling Us? (Apocalypse Now as a Teachable Moment)

The Great Financial Crisis of 2007-09 at times reminded me of “The Smell of Napalm in the Morning” scene in Apocalypse Now. It features Lieutenant Colonel Kilgore1 (Robert Duvall) who in the […]

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A look at what happens when stocks enter a bear market

Wall Street’s staggering skid that began less than three weeks ago has pulled the Dow Jones Industrial Average into what’s known as a bear market. After a string of sharp […]

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Family Offices ‘Surprisingly Quiet’ as Markets Crash

  If you’re not worried, you should be worried, hedge fund manager Ray Dalio warned in a roundly mocked tweet earlier this month. But that principle applies to family offices, which haven’t […]

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