Posts Tagged ‘investment models’
Stay Cautious, Investors
Sometimes it’s good to be long, sometimes it’s the time to be short… And other times, it’s time to go fishing. Let’s take a look at some key takeaways from today’s markets: Lack of follow-through evident beneath the surface Risk-off environment persists Defensive sectors gaining strength Last month’s equity market bounce was impressive at the…Read More
Markets Don’t Go Up Forever
Trees don’t grow to the sky and markets don’t go up forever. Over the course of a lifetime, an investor is likely to experience both bullish and bearish cycles. As defined by Investopedia: “A bull market is a market that is on the rise and where the conditions of the economy are generally favorable. A…Read More
Why Not Have Systems for Investing?
Systems exist everywhere. In nature, we find almost an infinite number of hierarchical, interconnecting ecosystems that play key roles by which energy is transported and transformed. In society, we find that systems can provide for organization and guidance for human interactions. Take for instance how we drive – we follow a precise system. Here in…Read More