by Artikash For those unfamiliar, the Japanese stock and property markets by 1989 had run up to absurd valuations (the Nikkei 225 hit a Shiller CAPE of 80) and then
by Walter Block via Mises A U or V? That is the question—whether the economic recovery from the COVID-19 shutdown will be a long, drawn-out process, a wide, flattish U” or a sharp, upward-bound one, a V. To best
by TheCuriousBread TL;dr: Buy Apple 🍎 Background lore: On March 23rd the Feds made history by buying junk bonds ETFs ($LQD, $HYG, $JNK) for the first time in America’s history. Since then
Forex is one of the most accessible trading markets and is a perfect entry point for new investors. Still, there are specific lessons that you only begin to learn and
by Wayne Allyn Root There are many lessons to be learned from this Coronavirus crisis. To quote former President Obama, this is a “teachable moment.” First, I’m on record. I was
by ScotchBrandyBourbon I’m not some type of uber investor. But here are some lessons I’ve learned. Don’t try to time the market. You will lose much more then you win.
by suckthingsforcash FI journey and learning Just checking in with the community, this is a quick story of where I am in the journey and the biggest learning along the
By J. G. Martinez D. OK people. Time of Revelations has come. Jobless, just with some non-regular income here and there, and my 5 years worth of reserves almost entirely