Category Archives: In the Media

How David Stockman Got the 2016 Stock Market Wrong

SUMMARY: In this video, I remind you of the need to ignore pundit commentary on the stock market. As an example, I shine a light on David Stockman, former director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Reagan Administration, who got the 2016 stock market entirely wrong, pointing investors to the sidelines during […]

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Dallas Public Library Book Review

Many thanks to Teresa Bocanegra at the Dallas Public Library for her kind review of The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing: 2013 Edition. It begins:

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On The Wall Street Shuffle

I joined Dan Cofall on The Wall Street Shuffle last night. We discussed Japan’s wild stimulus plans from government and the impact of its super dovish Bank of Japan governor nominee, Haruhiko Kuroda. While we agreed that it’s hard to know when unsustainable borrowing and debt monetization will cause a collapse, Dan offered that a […]

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On The Wall Street Shuffle

I joined Dan Cofall on The Wall Street Shuffle this evening. We discussed ways non-financial people should manage their investments, with me pushing my 3 pct quarterly value-averaging plan. We talked about Japan, what’s going on with the currency, and Kyle Bass’s idea that the country’s economy will collapse in 18-24 months. Dan wanted to […]

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Stop Paying Attention to the Headlines

I posted a short article on the Penguin blog this week, explaining how investors should spare themselves the drama of obsessing over news headlines and focus on their own financial goals instead. It’s here, on The Author’s Desk at Penguin.com, and looks like this:

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