Tag: Valuations

Do Valuations Matter

Do Valuations Matter

When it comes to reading or listening to commentaries about the market, how often do you come across someone saying “it is expensive” or “the market is cheap”? Take today for example, most  would agree the market is expensive, but […]

Echo Chamber

Echo Chamber

Since the U.S. economic recovery from the 2008 financial crisis, institutional economists began each subsequent year outlining their well-paid view of how things will transpire over the course of the coming 12-months. Like a broken record, they have continually over-estimated […]

Valuations – Where to Next?

Valuations – Where to Next?

Ok, full disclosure, we have never created a price target on anything. Not for the S&P 500, nor our favorite commodity, the C$ nor an individual stock. The reason we don’t put targets on things is we know there are […]

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Precautionary Checklist For Stocks With High Dividends

Precautionary Checklist For Stocks With High Dividends by Andrew Sather, Sure Dividend The following is a guest post by Andrew Sather from einvestingforbeginners.com. He’s been a self-taught investor since 2012 who’s passionate about educating those who need it the most, […]

Why Are The Markets Prone To Black Swans?

Why Are The Markets Prone To Black Swans?

Why Are The Markets Prone To Black Swans? by Charlie Dreifus Portfolio Manager Charlie Dreifus discusses how the current climate of slow growth, high valuations, and interventionist monetary policy makes the markets potentially vulnerable to black swan events. So, Charlie, […]