Assets For The Long Run

https://youtu.be/1abVx8hJjmk Investors have spent decades trying to maximize their returns while simultaneously minimizing their risk. Some investors miss out on great investment opportunities because they are afraid of loss, while…

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3rd Quarter 2021 Market Update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPGBM1i6RUY Hello, I want to update you regarding the stock market and economy in these pressing times. We are in 'the mid to late' innings on the stock market and…

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Mendel Money Management Market Outlook for 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMIrl5ugRJM&feature=youtu.be The first month of 2021 has proven that change is the only constant for the foreseeable future. We are still in the midst of a global pandemic. National governments…

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End of Year Market Update

https://youtu.be/YggikZIC3oM We’re closing in on the end of 2020 and I wanted to address two topics today and discuss how I believe they will affect the economy and the stock…

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2020 Second Quarter Market Update

This year, investors have been treated to a rare real-world lesson in the mathematics of investing—namely, the fact that after a market decline, it takes a greater market recovery to get back to even. The first quarter saw a frightening downturn that delivered 20% losses across the U.S. and developed foreign markets. Then we experienced a breathtaking 20% gain in the second quarter, the fourth-best quarterly rise since 1950. Work out the mathematics, and virtually all indices are still showing a loss for the year.

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Record-Low Mortgage Rates

When people look back on the tumultuous 2020 economic landscape, they might pause a moment to study home mortgage rates.  Over the last three months, these rates have managed to…

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Buyers of Last Resort

You may have read that the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, which has unlimited financial resources, is now buying ETFs.  It’s possible that the Fed’s $4.75 trillion in assets is larger…

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Actively Managed Indices

Not everybody realizes that the indices that we refer to as “passive” are actively-managed.  Case in point: the S&P 500 index. Over the last three years, four dozen companies were…

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