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Gary A. Gordon, MS, CFP® is the president of Pacific Park Financial, Inc., a Registered Investment Adviser with the SEC. He has more than 28 years of experience as a personal coach in “money matters,” including risk ... more


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Lighten Up On The Nasdaq 100
Lighten up on QQQ, while hedging some of your common stock exposure with alternative asset types.
Many Catalysts Can Wreck The QE-Inspired Bubble
Over the last five years, stock prices for the S&P 500 have gained more than 50%. Meanwhile, after-tax profits at non-financial companies have actually declined in the period. Is that sustainable?
Here’s Why You Need To Hedge Your Stock Investments
Stock market records have a way of enthralling everyone. However, the stock market is not currently reflecting the economy or the corporate backdrop.
3 Ways To Invest In Stocks (Even When The Ride Is Coming To An End)
Here are three ways for investors to allocate a percentage of their assets to equities, even if the stock bull is close to meeting its maker.
From Here To The Election: Total Returns For Treasury Bonds Will Trump Stocks
The S&P 500 may have gained close to 5% in a market-cap weighted capacity. Nevertheless, one would have done better over the past 21 months with 100% in “risk-free” intermediate-term U.S. Treasuries via iShares 7-10 Year Treasury Bond (IEF).
Why Dividend ETFs, REIT ETFs And Low Volatility ETFs Still Work
Many investors are aware that the current economic expansion is the longest in U.S. history. 10 years and six months.
Just A Manufacturing Recession? Stocks And Bonds Think There’s More To It
If the Fed abandons a slow-n-steady approach to monetary stimulus and announces significantly larger cuts to the Fed Funds rate alongside a form of quantitative easing, investors may be encouraged by a “do whatever it takes” approach.
CEOs, IPOs And Market Complacency
The stock market has been noticeably calm as of late. Some might even call it, “complacent”.
Elections Yet Another Brick In The Wall Of Worry
There is uncertainty about everything from Federal Reserve policy to global trade skirmishes with China, from corporate earnings to European economic malaise, from consumer retrenchment to potentially damaging ramifications in the political theater.
Large U.S. Stocks May Be Underestimating The Worldwide Manufacturing Recession
Global manufacturing data have been exceedingly grim. One would be hard-pressed to find a country in Europe, Asia or North America that is exporting products with little difficulty.
This Is Your Market. This Is Your Market On Drugs. Any Questions?
If the Fed’s monetary policy prescriptions falter the way that they have abroad, then you might want to have a bit more cash on hand than usual. You cannot buy the big bad dippers without the “dry powder” to do so.
The Stock Market Bear That Began 19 Months Ago
Mainstream pundits have been telling stock investors throughout 2019 that it does not matter if long-maturity Treasury bonds yield less than short-maturity Treasury bonds.
Riskier Assets Are Looking To Get Their ‘Fix’
When the rest of the world is aggressively easing, and Fed Chairman Powell talks about a ‘mid-cycle adjustment,’ you’re going to get a fair amount of volatility.
Here Comes The Fun (And The Fed Says, “It’s Alright”)
With the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield dropping from 3.2% down to the 2.0% level, and with the 10-year dropping below and staying below the Fed Funds rate, and with more and more bond yields turning negative worldwide, the Fed is playing catch up.
How Will You Keep The Stock Wealth That You Created?
Bond yields have been collapsing clear across the world. And if history is any guide, the rapid decline is a function of undeniable economic weakness.
The Last Ones To Add More Stock Risk Will Have Rotten Nest Eggs
U.S. large company stocks may be celebrating the anticipation of rate cuts. After all, the S&P 500 has been toying with record highs. Yet a broader view demonstrates that the asset class is struggling more than advertised.
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