The stock market does not care how old you are, how rich or poor you are, if you are working or retired or when you need to make withdrawals from your portfolios. You cannot impose your desired outcome on the stock market.
With investing, the unexpected is reality. How you prepare to manage unexpected negative events is critical for financial success.
Listen to Don Creech and Perry Sikes discuss the markets and topics affecting investor decisions. Be prepared for the unexpected.
Semiconductor Follow Up
Semiconductor follow up; The buy-the-dip whine; Won’t like what’s coming; Emotional investing; Expect the unexpected; Coping with losses; Disappointing hedge fund; Fiduciary question
Fear and Greed are drivers
Fear and Greed are drivers; Caller: What about semiconductors?; No Bear Market peace treaty; Washed out; Only down 80%; Action-Reaction; On-shoring/Near-shoring
Don’t Fight the Fed?
Don’t fight the Fed?; Why not? They’re messed up; Mirror, mirror on the wall…; Markets cycle with the economy; Caller: IRA rollover choices; Is this your first bear market?; Central banker panic
Buffett: Believe it or Not!
Buffett: Believe it or not!; The slow 60/40 death?; Who said it was easy?; Reality is messy!; Do E-bonds work?; And international is good?; The Dollar. Gimme more!; The Rental Indicator.
Bye Bye American Pie
Bye bye American Pie; OPEC undermines G7; Just “Bye” to Morningstar; Bye bye Japan; Bye bye to internationals; Bad news is good?
Economic distortion; It IS different this time; Bumper car market; Why sell after a recent buy?; No longer a friendly Fed; Election distraction; Winter energy crisis ahead