It’s pretty hard NOT to make money buying shares of a business that is in a mega trend, like the health care industry.
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(3-minute read) There are always plenty more opportunities to take advantage of in the markets. In fact, sometimes waiting can prove more profitable in the long run…
Considerations of subsidy, cost and tax dominate public debate around U.S. social spending. People like Bernie Sanders and AOC want the government to pay more of the excessive costs of life in the United States, which are far higher than our peers. But that doesn’t address why these things are so expensive in the first place — and why they will get even more expensive if the government starts to subsidize them. Building on my longstanding interest in market structure and public policy, in today’s video — sure to be controversial! — I explain why the most progressive approach to solving America’s problems is in some ways the most conservative one.
So, despite nosebleed valuations, investors are as bullish as ever. Which brings me back to Keynes’ observation that irrational behavior can last a long time in the market. And we have herd mentality to thank for that.
Said another way, fear of missing out — FOMO — is omnipresent in the markets today.
So now investors face a tough choice: get out of stocks or follow the pack?
Let me show you a few things I’ve learned in the last epic stock market bubble … and how to come out ahead without a second thought for the herd.
Time to start “dialing back.”
That’s how Mary Daly, president of the San Francisco Fed, views the Federal Reserve’s stimulus measures. Daly sees less need for support, and she’s hardly alone in her view.
No fewer than eight other Fed presidents have voiced a similar assessment recently. That’s because they are confident about the ongoing economic recovery.
The first place they will start is the Federal Reserve’s massive $8.2 trillion balance sheet, which has swelled by 100% since the pandemic began.
But those views are at odds with the surge in new COVID-19 cases as the delta variant spreads.
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