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Archive for March, 2021


Risk-adjusted Investments for the Next Decade

Interest rates are edging up. For the time being, stocks are staying ahead of bonds in the investment war. Historically, stocks earn 3.3% more than bonds over time. However, investors have gotten used to a much better ROI in the stock market over the last decade. We are looking at risk-adjusted investments for the next decade interest rates go up and the stock market adjusts. Many investors have chosen to invest by buying ETFs that track the S&P 500. This puts them at risk in a stock market that will perform differently over […]

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Top Infrastructure Investment Opportunities

The US economy is going to grow nicely this year as it comes back from the Covid-19 shutdown. Investments in the recovery will continue to do well in the coming years if they are focused on American infrastructure. What are the top infrastructure investment opportunities for 2021? You need to think about what materials and technologies will be used to repair and advance infrastructure. And, then you need to look for the companies best positioned to profit from a broad range of projects.

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How Long Will the Economic Boom Last?

In our article about investments for the Post-Covid Economic Recovery, we noted that economists expect the US economy to grow by 7% by the end of 2021. But, there are good reasons to believe that the US economic boom will continue through the entire decade of the 2020s and beyond. First of all the Democrats have learned their lesson from the Obama years and will not shrink back from spending whatever it takes to drive down employment, bring manufacturing back to the USA, beef up US infrastructure, and protect America’s position in the global economic hierarchy. And, there are more reasons as we will explain.

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Should You Invest in Shorted Stocks?

GameStop and other meme stocks have started to surge again. Most folks thought that the retail investment frenzy was over. Over a month ago we asked the question, Should You Invest in GameStop? Our conclusion was that when you can successfully time such investments both in getting in and getting out, they can be quite profitable. But, over the long haul, the reason that the majority of stocks are being shorted is that they are overpriced and will eventually fall. Much to our surprise, GameStop stock is up again!

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Stimulus Money and Stock Market Investments

The Democrats are barreling past Republican opposition in the U.S. Senate to pass Biden’s stimulus bill. The $1.9 Trillion relief package will include funds to fight Covid-19, money to states to support vital work, and $1,400 each to Americans to make less than $50,000 a year. There will be some money for folks making more but it will taper off and be gone for those making $100,000 a year. Our interest at this point is the relationship between stimulus money and stock market investments.

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Smith & Wesson Investment Risks

The business section of The New York Times has an article entitled, “The Most Important Gun Lawsuit You’ve Never Heard Of.” On the surface this has to do with advertising fraud by Smith & Wesson but it could be a lot more. American arms manufacturers have been protected by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States as well as other federal legislation from too much scrutiny of their internal affairs and communications.

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Treasury Yield and Growth Stocks

Last week we wrote about investments for the post-Covid economic recovery. In the same vein, we have been thinking about how interest rates are going up and investors are becoming wary of growth stocks. Treasury yield and growth stocks bear watching. Low interest rates have driven money into the stock market. Low interest rates have kept a lot of “zombie companies” afloat. And, many investors have simply followed the leader by investing in FFANG stocks like Apple as its shares go up faster than its earnings.

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