Rule #2 → Refer to Rule #1 Rule #1 → Do Not Lose Money Invariably, in the world of investing something is going to happen unexpectedly that could end up costing you money. It’s painful. For example, let’s say you invest into a company that is allegedly best-of-breed; it has a capable management team, ampleread more RULES TO INVESTING
Today’s economic story is a tale of two cities: ▲There are fortunate folks who have remained gainfully employed and been able to manage okay during this COVID-19 meltdown. Many of these workers are stock market participants and, after the worst kind of market volatility and violent selloff, have seen their investment portfolios resurrected by theread more Debt Bomb or Fiat Money Festival
“The Fed has redefined moral hazard by acceding its independence to the Treasury Department with the establishment of the Special Purpose Vehicle to purchase corporate bonds which is in direct violation of the Federal Reserve Act.” —Danielle DiMartino Booth, author of FED UP What happened in early March that sent bond prices tumbling in aread more Rule #4 → When in Question move up ↑ in Quality
Short version click here. Longer version, keep reading. “This period, like the 1930s through 1945, is a time frame which I think you’d be pretty crazy to own bonds.” —Ray Dalio, CEO of Bridgewater Rule #1 to Investing — Do Not Lose Money Bridgewater Associates is the largest hedge fund in the world and isread more BOND BOMB?
Wages & salaries fell by $296 billion in March, the worst in a generation, and spending sunk $1.1 trillion, whew! What happened to $823 billion the difference? It went into personal savings, which rose to 13.1% of disposable income, a 40-year high.robo.1db.com/PI0430invest.1db.com/Belushi#finance#money#savings#equality#personalsavingsread more When the going gets tough, Americans get saving!