Shakespeare could not have been more correct when he observed, “desperate times breed desperate measures.” If everyone understood the low odds of actively managed funds outperforming a comparable index fund, many more funds would go out of business.
What Dan Writes
Non-traded REITs are illiquid real estate investments registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which permits them to be sold to unsophisticated investors.
When the lies are repeated, the brain recalls the lie and it becomes part of our reality.
I used to think end-of-life discussions were fairly straightforward. All that was involved was ensuring my clients had a will and a health care proxy. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
A non-transparent exchange-traded fund is an ETF that only reveals its holdings quarterly. Avoid them.
The financial media is in overdrive with hyped up stories about the impact of the Trump presidency on your portfolio. There’s endless speculation about how the stock market will perform “in the Trump administration.”