Investments

From Corporate Cog to 10-Unit Landlord in Just 2 Years!

If you’re hesitant to start your real estate investing journey, ask yourself this—where would you be now if you started ten years ago, and where could you be in ten years if you started today? As today’s guest, Brandon Rush, said, “everything you enjoy today, is the result of something you…

Tactical Asset Allocation: The Flexibility Advantage

Strategic asset allocation (SAA) determines long-run exposure to systematic risk factors. That said, current changes in monetary policy in many developed and emerging countries as well as the stage of the business cycle warrant tactical considerations. The tactical overlay strategy should generate added value by temporarily deviating…

Josh Gets His Face Ripped

Posted September 27, 2022 by Nicole Samoroukova Join Downtown Josh Brown and Michael Batnick for another round of What Are Your Thoughts? On this week’s episode, Josh and Michael discuss the biggest topics in investing and finance, including: ►Reverse Face Ripper – I broke one of my…

CFG Bank Review | The College Investor

When you work with CFG Bank, you’ll find plenty of ways to manage your funds without ever setting foot inside of a physical branch.  Are There Any Fees? As with most banks, there are some fees involved with CFG Bank.  If you open a CD but decide…

14 Home Improvements That Do Not Add Value

Could your home benefit from a bit of work? Perhaps the bathroom is outdated, or the yard looks like a jungle. Or maybe, you just want to add your own touches.  Home renovations can be satisfying, but they can also be expensive. You also can’t assume that…

Wall Street Loses Its Landlord Appetite, Listings Slum

Don’t you love Wall Street? From artificially inflating the housing market to kicking first-time homebuyers to the curb, and now, selling off their inventory at a fraction of the cost. Wall Street and hedge funds alike seem to be the big landlords giving the rest of us…

Equity Risk Premium Forum: MMT, Looking Back, Looking Ahead

“There’s one aspect of MMT that I have some sympathy for: the notion that what we spend money on is far more important than how we finance it.” — Cliff Asness Amid resurgent and persistent inflation, much of the bloom, such as it was, is off the…

Bear in mind – The Reformed Broker

Okay don’t press the <Buy> because of this but maybe reconsider pressing the <Sell> button if you haven’t already… The AAII sentiment poll hit 60% Bears this week. History says the more pessimistic the investor class becomes, the better the prospective returns look six months out. The…

5 Ways To Invest In Real Estate In 2022 [New Options To Know]

You love investing, and at this point nearly all of your money is in the stock market. You know it’s important to diversify, but aren’t sure if real estate investing is right for you. You might think it requires a lot of money up front, or requires…

Index Funds vs. Mutual Funds

Most beginning investors have heard this common advice: just buy an index fund. It’s not necessarily bad advice, especially for beginning investors who don’t feel confident assembling a portfolio. If you’re looking at the investment options in a 401(k) or IRA, though, you’ll see many funds, and…