Stocks and bonds are in their longest sustained decline ever
On this week’s show we discuss why we’re getting more excited about stock prices as they fall, why expected returns are rising, where investors will move their money with higher yields, Credit Suisse vs. Lehman Brothers, how the Fed is breaking things across the globe, why the Bank of England stepped in to buy bonds and much more.
What happens when stocks stage big rallies in bear markets?
We’re talking with Zillow’s Chief Economist, Skylar Olsen
On today’s show, we are joined by Kevin Kelly, CEO and Founder of Kelly Intelligence to discuss what CRISPR technology is, use cases, and investing in the future of Healthcare 2.0.
Here’s what I chewed on last week
For just the third time in a long time, the stock market has declined for three consecutive quarters. Things feel dark out there, and investors are losing hope. But for those of us that are still contributing money to their future, this bear market should not be met with anxiety, but with open arms. If…
The best-performing stocks from the pandemic are trading at 20 cents on the dollar
On today’s show, we discuss is the Fed making a huge mistake, why it’s so difficult to predict the economy, why it’s so easy to be bearish right now, breaking the housing market, why we’ve turned on Jerome Powell, the bullish case for a 60/40 portfolio and much more.
Stocks are in a downtrend