Salacious Headlines that Haunt Investors Recession! Global Slowdown! Government Shutdown! Trade Wars! Debt Crisis! Contagion! Pandemonium! China! “Panda-Monium!” Anxiety levels of investors in the 2018 Mini Panic reached a frenzy at the lows of Christmas Eve. With the benefit of hindsight, many investors are regretting overreactions that included failing to scoop up bargains and even selling into irrationally low prices. What …

Throughout the 4th quarter of 2018, we emphasized in each broadcast the bargains to accumulate, where appropriate, in global high yield bond funds and energy infrastructure. These high cash flow assets led traditional fixed income and equity index allocations in January’s rally. This weekend’s program takes the capital call into an action plan for now and the next 5 years. …

Throughout the 4th quarter of 2018, we emphasized in each broadcast the bargains to accumulate, where appropriate, in global high yield bond funds and energy infrastructure. These high cash flow assets led traditional fixed income and equity index allocations in January’s rally. This weekend’s program takes the capital call into an action plan for now and the next 5 years. …

Driving Where? When Growth Slows What do You Pay for A Company? For a Bond Fund? Net Present Value of Discounted Future Cash Flows! Cap Rate Lessons for Investors.   Dow Jones Industrial Average (3 Years) -Courtesy of Bloomberg Standard and Poor’s 500 Index (Approx. 10 Years) -Courtesy of Bloomberg C.B.O.E. 30 Year Treasury Bond Yield Index & 10 Year …

Since 2009, there have been 4 market corrections with similar headlines: Slowing growth? Recession? Debt Contagion?, often with dire predictions of another collapse concurrent with high investor anxiety: 2010 “Flash Crash” 2011 “Greek Debt Crisis” 2015-2016 “China Slowdown” 2018 “Mini Panic” These corrections appeared to have in common often salacious headlines of impending disasters that actually did not disrupt the …

January 2019 Update and Good News! What happened after Christmas Eve? The “Mini-Panic of 2018” appeared to have run its course and tax loss selling essentially ended. Bloomberg reported that the probability of any further short term rate increases essentially disappeared and was a replaced by the potential for a short term rate cut. High cash flow investments, discounted High …

Top Financial Headlines of the week include Apple’s warning letter on disappointing revenue. Thursday began with AAPL shares falling over 10% pulling the Dow back below 23,000. The Tech sector appears to be locked in a decline for the foreseeable future unless January earnings reports can reverse the selling. Meanwhile, Energy Infrastructure and Global High Yield bond funds held on …

2018 ended with one of the fastest bear market cycles in history. Investors went from frothy, growth driven optimism during the summer months to a mini panic in the 4th quarter. What does 2019 offer for investors? Bargains that can make the difference for investors with superior cash flow and gain potential over the next 3, 5, and 10 years! …

A CNBC article published this week says it best: “But for the average person, shifts in the market, even ones as dramatic as the ones we’ve seen this year, shouldn’t be cause for panic.” During times of volatility, seasoned investor Warren Buffett says it’s best to stay calm and stick to the basics, meaning, buy-and-hold for the long term. So, …

With Washington having thrown disruptions at the markets seemingly as fast as it can, traders may be headed for vacation days next week. Headlines from D.C. include impeachment, in fighting, trade wars, rate increases, and, of course the dreaded government shutdown! What else can they come up with from the “beltway?” NetWorth Radio is your voice of clear reason for …