Long Term Investing

Capitulation: The Ugly Stage of Market Behavior

The equity and bond market worldwide has entered into what many believe is the “capitulation” stage. This usually entails widespread selling without regard to economic fundamentals or positive earnings reports. It is typically a time when speculative (not long-term) investors experience enough emotional distress that they will sell their positions at any cost and without […]

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A Brief History of Interest Rate Hikes, and What A Hike Means for Your Portfolio

Once again, panic runs rampant in the headlines of the financial world. Describing and understanding this market contraction proves difficult due to the sheer number of variables at play: the FED open market operations, interest rate hikes, Omicron, and the perceived overvaluation of high growth companies, to name a few. With that said, GDP numbers

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