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Elections, Surprises & Volatility

What a wild, wild world it’s been since the U.S. election. The U.S. stock markets have been on a tear, breaking all-time highs as the Dow closes in on 20,000.

Wondering how elections, surprises and volatility effect our investment approach?

Well, they don’t. Because crystal balls are best used as snow globes. Let me explain…
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Trump Talk

U.S. voters wanted change. They got it. We will have Donald Trump as the next American president.

Global markets initially appeared to be taking the news badly. Since then, however, equity markets have pared their initial losses into record highs after the president-elect adopted a conciliatory tone in his victory speech and Obama and Clinton gave unifying transition and concession speeches, respectively. Read more →

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Brexit, The Beast

BREXIT : TALKING POINTS
June 25, 2016
Here we go again… Yet another historic feeding of the beast! This time the beast is known as “Brexit”. The United Kingdom (UK) voted to leave the European Union, in a referendum with 52% support for a “Brexit” and nearly 75% voter participation. Prime Minister David Cameron said he will resign before October when his party picks a new leader. 
All of this creates a lot of uncertainty.

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AFGO

Though basically flat for the year, most major U.S. stock markets finished the week in positive terrority… The first time in 2016! This may have folks wondering what the first 11 weeks of the year was all about.
Another typical period in the life of an investor. {sigh}
For long-term investors — folks that get it — it was just AFGO, another effing(!) growth opportunity.

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Made in “Who Cares”

Did you know the last time you drank a Poland Springs bottle of water or ate a KitKat, you were contributing to the success of Nestlé, the world’s largest food producer? The company happens to be headquartered in Switzerland but draws a mere 2% of its sales from there.¹

In this brief video Ross explains the importance of global investing.
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Average Is Not Normal

From 1928 through the end of 2015 the S&P 500® Index has produced an average annualized return of 9.5%.

How many of those 87 calendar years do you think the S&P 500 returned between 9% – 10%?

In this brief video Ross explains why average is not normal.
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How The Economic Machine Works

How The Economic Machine Works

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Elections, Surprises & Volatility

Elections, Surprises & Volatility

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Trump Talk

Trump Talk

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