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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why you should start investing early

    It’s beneficial to start investing early. The longer the period you invest, the higher the returns will be exponentially.

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  • uploads///Equity gives inflation beating returns over the long term
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    To keep up with inflation, invest in equities

    The S&P 500 will not only keep up with inflation but also gives returns that are much higher than inflation rates.

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  • uploads///Equities have outperformed gold in the last forty years
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Equities are the best performing asset class in the long term

    The CAGR for equity for the last 20 years is 7.8%. Equities outperformed investment-grade corporate bonds. Equities are the best performing asset class.

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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why young investors are keeping cash under the mattress

    Not only are young individuals scared of investing in equities, they’re also hoarding cash under the mattress in case a similar crisis should reoccur.

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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    What proportion of equity should you have?

    It’s been said the amount of equity you should hold in your portfolio is inversely proportional to your age. The proportion of equity is 100 minus your age.

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  • uploads///The percentage of Americans investing in stocks is dipping
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why stock ownership has dipped in the United States

    The percentage of stock ownership has been dipping since the financial crisis. Currently, it stands at 54%, much lower than the 65% pre-crisis level.

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  • Financials

    Minimum volatility funds help reduce your portfolio’s gutter balls

    Minimum volatility indexes seek to minimize the effects of the occasional gutter ball, allowing investors to focus more on their long-term investment objectives – the pins at the end of the alley.

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  • Financials

    Why minimum volatility funds have outperformed the S&P 500

    So if a min vol strategy tends to outperform the broader equity markets when volatility is on the rise, yet underperform when volatility abates, wouldn’t it just be a wash? Not so fast.

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  • Financials

    How minimum volatility funds perform during high volatility

    When the equity markets were dropping, the min vol index acted as a cushion in these volatile markets, providing stronger relative performance.

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    Financials

    Are minimum volatility funds like bowling with bumpers?

    “Minimum volatility” is often misunderstood as an investment that’s only useful during volatile markets, but there’s more to the story.

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