Weekly Recap

Weekly Review

Is the Selloff in Cryptos a Buying Opportunity?

Market declines follow a predictable pattern in some ways. Bears claim vindication. It doesn’t matter that large gains were possible before the decline or that large profits were taken. It also doesn’t matter that prices are still up compared to where they were a year ago.

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  • When prices fall, bears like to say, “I told you so.”

    Is there a buying opportunity? Read more here.

    Investing Secrets of Sir John Templeton

    When we think of investors who changed the theory of investing, we might think of Warren Buffett who took the philosophy of value investing to previously unimaginable heights. We might also think of Peter Lynch who championed the individual investor who he believed could beat Wall Street.

    We should also think about an investor who opened the world of investment opportunities to individual investors. Read about him here. 

    Analysts Say Look at This Sector as Stocks Rebound

    Stocks fell sharply over the past week. The S&P 500 dropped 9.5% below its all time high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 10.7% below its high and the Russell 2000 index which tracks small cap stocks declined 10.2%. These selloffs mark the first 5% decline since 2016.

    Now that the pull back many investors had been waiting for is in place, how can you find potential buying opportunities? Find out here.

    Become a Private Equity Investor for Passive Income

    Private equity is one of the best performing asset classes over time, but, at least until now, individual investors have largely been locked out of the market.

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  • Private equity or PE is an asset class allowing investors to directly invest in private companies. Sometimes PE firms will buy a whole company and at other times they take a smaller equity investment.

    The industry is tightly regulated and is limited to large pension funds and endowments, as well as individual wealthy investors. Individuals have needed to be accredited, meaning they have high incomes or assets of $1 million or more. That has recently changed. Learn more here.