The old Wall Street adage is that the time to invest is when you have money to put to work. Over the long-term it is time in the market rather than trying to time the market that really matters. But what about now? Lately, several clients have reached out to us with money to invest, but worried about doing so when the markets have been so volatile.
Inflation is when you pay fifteen dollars for a ten-dollar haircut you used to get for five dollars when you had hair – Sam Ewing
Inflation Protection Bonds
Earn 9.62 percent through October and protect against high future inflation
RJ’s youngest daughter, Aster, is a senior in high school and has been enjoying the personal finance class she is currently taking. In addition to the stock market game, where students research and select three stocks to follow over the course of the semester, the students also learn about investment basics. During dinner, the Devick family was talking about the recent bout of
April 12, 2022
In March, U.S. inflation rose 8.5% year over year and 1.2% from February. Half of the month over month gain was due to gasoline prices, which have fallen in recent weeks most likely due to the Biden administrations release of oil reserves (the largest in history) and the lockdown in Shanghai over the surge in Covid-19 cases.
Our 2022 Outlook Then & Now
Number 11 and Falling
The major theme the past several months has been inflation. How high will it go? How long will it last and will high inflation force the Fed to tip its hand earlier than they would like? If the Fed is more aggressive in taking away the punch bowl than is currently expected, it will certainly create interesting dynamics in the stock market where growth stocks have yet reigned s
Bond&Devick Wealth Partners Market Insights
November 30, 2021
During our client meetings we hear the same questions: how bad will inflation get? Are our portfolios protected from inflation? Will the Covid virus continue to mutate and cause economic and market disruption for years to come?