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The Rise of Dangerous Investment Advice

Nothing new here – or is there?

Remember back to the late 1990’s when value investing was all the rage? Investors piled money into managers whose specific style was to find large-cap, low P/E, “blue chip” stocks that were defined as cheap. That worked really well for a few years and...

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DHUnplugged #374: Mother Is Angry

North Korea is at it again and Mother Nature must be very angry about something. Stocks are getting hit, bonds bought. Cryptocurrencies are in a tailspin after China’s recent hammer. September has some very interesting lessons to teach us about markets and we explore this and other important recent news....

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A Few Quick Eco Charts

Real GDP came in at 3% – a welcome move higher that has been a tough mark to hit. Warren Buffett just commented that “it doesn’t feel like a 3% economy” – but the numbers show that things are picking up.

With the Fed moving slowly on any rate hikes and...

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DHUnplugged #373: A Flood of Buying

Markets have been tossed some bad news. Missiles and floods as well as the ongoing geopolitical tensions. Not to worry – buyers are not worried. In fact, even with pre-markets showing significant weakness and foreign markets under significant selling pressure, buyers saved the day! It will take some time to...

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This Week: Looking Back and Ahead

The housing market is beginning to show signs of slowing. Low inventory and high prices are taking a toll on existing home sales. According to the National Association of Realtors, existing home sales declined 1.3% in July, showing a second straight monthly of decline.

In the past 12 months, the number...

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