BOND FUNDS COULD PLUMMET 10% - FINRA CEO ANCHOR (OFF-CAMERA) ENGLISH SAYING: What are individual investors misunderstanding about bonds especially bond funds? RICHARD KETCHUM, CEO, FINRA (ENGLISH) SAYING: Well, it's a great question. There's nothing wrong with an investment in bonds. It's perfectly a reasonable part of an asset allocation. But we are in an environment where no one can predict where interest rates are going to tomorrow or the day after. But one thing's for sure: there's a lot more room for them to go up than to go down. And as yields go up, the price of a bond goes down. Many people in the past, if they held bonds, invested in individual bonds where the primary risk- where they expected to hold them to maturity and the primary risk was credit risk or giving up opportunities to invest in something else. Now, there's been a huge growth in bond funds and, to some degree, a significant growth in bond ETFs. When you're invested in a bond fund, that may be a perfectly reasonable investment. But if interest rates start to go up, that bond fund will lose value most likely and it will turn- and the manager of that bond fund will turn over the investments. So, that will be a loss that won't be regained unless the market reverses and bonds rise. There will be no opportunity to hold your bonds to maturity and be satisfied with that. So investors may suddenly wake up and see a significant loss. Now, bonds are less volatile than stocks but certainly losses of 5% and 10% are perfectly reasonable to expect that investors should be prepared for. ANCHOR (OFF-CAMERA) ENGLISH SAYING: But they're not necessarily safe as what is often perceived...? RICHARD KETCHUM, CEO, FINRA (ENGLISH) SAYING: Well, they may be safer than many investments but they're not riskless and that's a very important point for investors to realize, that they're not in the- that a bond investment, certainly a bond fund investment has risks and you should evaluate whether those are risks you're comfortable in taking.
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"Addressing the Challenges of the Global Economy and Stocks/Bonds for 2015 and Beyond" was the title of the of the Critical Issue session moderated by Ken Olivier, Chairman Emeritus of Dodge & Cox Investment Managers. Panelists included John Gunn, Former Chairman & CEO of Dodge & Cox Investment Managers and SIEPR Advisory Board Chairman; Russ Koesterich, Managing Director at BlackRock; and William Gurtin, CEO, CIO, and Founder of Gurtin Fixed Income Management.
Morningstar has recognized Dr. Michael Hasenstab and Dr. Sonal Desai as their 2013 Fixed Income Fund Manager of the Year. This is a great honour for the investment team behind Templeton Global Bond Fund and we couldn't be more proud of them. Learn more at franklintempleton.ca
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Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The first Twitter question Cramer answered was regarding Ferrari, its valuation, and his view of Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) on the whole. Cramer says that with Chrysler’s Jeep brand doing well, the Ferrari spin-off underway, and good currency translation, ‘there seems to be a lot of good moving parts.’ Cramer added that he would like to see a merger between GM (GM) and Fiat Chrysler to limit the number of players in the field. Despite Fiat Chrysler’s good position, Cramer says that ‘in the end they are an auto company and the auto companies are just not doing well.’ Moving to telecomm stocks, Cramer responds to a tweet asking about Verizon (VZ), saying that Verizon is essentially a ‘bond equivalent with some upside’ but that he ‘cannot get very bullish about it.’ Changing gears, Cramer responded to an inquiry of his opinion of Twitter. ‘Stop saying that it is going to be taken over,’ Cramer said. ‘The companies that have been taken over are companies that are doing really well, not ones that are slowing.’ Cramer added that they have trimmed their position in Twitter in the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio but thinks that there will be something big for Twitter investors in October. If you have a stock question, tweet it @jimcramer using #CramerQ. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
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REAFFIRMED RATINGS: Morningstar's Jonathan Miller explains why analysts positively rate Dodge & Cox Worldwide Global Stock, Invesco Perpetual Asian and Edinburgh Worldwide. Morningstar Guest: Jonathan Miller, Director of Manager Research, Morningstar. http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Jack Bogle, founder of the world’s largest mutual fund, shares his thoughts on investing. Investing made simple: The Motley Fool's essential guide to investing is now available to the public, free of cost, at http://bit.ly/1atRpHZ. This resource was designed to cover everything that new investors need to know to get started today. For your free copy, just click the link above. Visit us on the web at http://www.fool.com, home to the world's greatest investing community! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to The Motley Fool's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheMotleyFool Or, follow our Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/+MotleyFool/posts Inside The Motley Fool: Check out our Culture Blog! http://culture.fool.com Join our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/themotleyfool Follow The Motley Fool on Twitter: https://twitter.com/themotleyfool
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An interview with one of the investment greats! John C. Bogle, Vanguard founder, index fund creator, and tireless advocate for the little guy discusses how investors can succeed despite Wall Street's problems. WealthTrack Episode #921, Originally Broadcast: 11-16-12
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Buy My Book - http://goo.gl/d0Nv0Z EpicStockDD Store - http://EpicStockDD.logosoftwear.com/ Epic Stock Due Diligence ("EpicStockDD") ALL VIDEOS AND COMMENTS ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. THEY SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL A SECURITY. INVESTING INVOLVES EXTREME RISK. Welcome to Epic Stock Due Diligence (http://youtube.com/EpicStockDD)! I wanted to create a source for stock market how-to information. The stock market is a fascinating adventure but can seem overwhelming at times. Within this channel, I will post a plethora of stock market tutorial videos. If I don't have a video on a topic of interest already, please ask and I try to create and post a video. I'm not an expert but have been trading stocks since the early days of Internet technologies. Please feel free to subscribe to this YouTube channel and share the link with others as well. Thanks for watching! Please also feel free to check out my book The Penny Stock Purrfectionist on the Apple iTunes Store - http://goo.gl/d0Nv0Z This video contains royalty-free music from Free Stock Music! Visit http://freestockmusic.com and check out their free stock music for your projects too! Thanks!
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Should you put oil into your portfolio? What are the expected returns on commodities like oil? How are they similar to equity and bond returns? Over the past 10 years, there has been a large shift in financial investment in commodity markets. The return patterns have changed as a result. Some have called for greater restrictions on this commodity speculation as it increases, so they argue, prices. Bryan Routledge, professor of finance at the Tepper School of Business, asks these questions during a presentation at the 2014 Tepper School Alumni Reunion on April 12, 2014.
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April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Asset Management Global Fixed Income CIO Jonathan Beinner discusses his investment strategy on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg) -- For more "Market Makers" videos: http://bloom.bg/RU3pJd -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg
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The pessimists will tell you that now is the time to get out. You’d be a fool to start investing your hard-earned dollars in the stock market, or property, or mutual funds. A recession is just around the corner! The global markets will crash anytime soon! You should be buying bonds or gold, or locking your money away in the bank in a term deposit. But whatever you do — don’t invest! You’ll certainly lose all your money because soon, the economy will collapse! The greatest depression the world has even seen is fast approaching. Sound familiar? Yes, we’re all doomed! Every media outlet has become a platform for predictions of imminent economic and societal collapse. As I have often said, “Negative news gets more views”. For our own survival, we’re biologically hardwired to focus on the negative. When there was news of a tiger approaching our village, we took immediate action. We didn’t have the luxuries of smartphones, or aeroplanes, or even agriculture. It made sense for us to be anxious all the time. Fast-forward to the present day, and despite us having all these luxuries and living in the safest period of human history, we’re still biologically hardwired to have feelings of being “overwhelmed”, “anxious”, and “worried”. In the early days, these feelings were preferable to the alternative — being killed. So back to investing. What hope do we have? When should we invest our money? Is there ever a good time? Professor Steve Keen famously lost a bet on house prices back in 2010 where he had to climb Australia’s highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko. He predicted that house prices would fall by a staggering 40%. He was so sure about the upcoming crash, he sold his inner-city Sydney apartment for $526,000. Of course, the crash never happened. There is a problem with conflating risks with predictions. He was right that Sydney property prices were too high. He was also right that the current falls in property prices were inevitable. But what he was wrong about was the timing. If anybody followed his advice and acted on his predictions, they would certainly have lost a lot of potential income. And that’s the thing with predictions — they’re notoriously wrong. The list of predictions of doom and gloom are endless. If you listened to all of them, you would never invest in anything. And that’s the problem. People incorrectly confuse risks with inevitabilities. If there was no risk, then there would be no returns. Yes, some of the those predictions could have been correct. Australian house prices could have crashed post GFC. China could have had a hard landing. President Trump may have destroyed the American economy. But none of those things came true. And that’s the biggest problem. Headlines scare people away from investing. A sensible person will hear these headlines and do the rational thing, that is, they will not invest — at least, not now. It would be better to wait for more calmer times when the financial outlook is a lot clearer. Which is? Never! Outlooks are never clear. There is never a “good” time to invest. There will always be negative news. There will always be predictions of the next economic crash and societal collapse. The media make money from negative news, because we’re biologically hardwired to listen. Negative news gets more views. The question remains: What should investors do? Ultimately, given enough time, stock markets go up. This is due to rising populations, growing productivity, increasing technological output, and the refinement of rules and regulations to keep capitalism in check. Despite all the recessions. Despite the Great Depression. Despite all the financial crises, stock markets inevitably climb upwards. They have steadily risen at an average of 10% annually. Yes, some years markets will fall. Yes, some years markets will crash. But ultimately, they will climb higher and higher. Over time, it’s in your best interest to remain invested. Timing the market is a waste of time. Listening to the naysayers is an exercise in futility. You have to be strong and resist the temptation to sell, because more often than not, you will be wrong. I invest in the stock market by investing in ETFs. At the moment, I have 35% in Vanguard’s VAS, and 65% in VESG. They’ve been performing well, and I’m happy. So going back to the original question — When is the right time to invest? — It’s always the right time! Never listen to the pessimists. Never listen to the naysayers. If you do, you may as well give up on investing right now. FIND US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/DailyRantAustralia/ IMAGE RIGHTS Steve Keen in 2013 By MeJudice1 [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)] #dailyrantaustralia #investing #marketcrash #stockmarketcrash #stockmarketinvesting #sharemarketinvestment #economiccollapse #economiccollapse2019
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April 24 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Movers & Shakers," Bloomberg's Betty Liu reports on actions at Pimco, preparing for the day when Bill Gross retires. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg) -- For more "In the Loop" videos: http://bloom.bg/LbOTQk -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg
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Head of Global Emerging Markets for Aberdeen, Devan Kaloo on India, China, Brexit and the threat of quantitative easing on emerging market returns. Morningstar Guest: Devan Kaloo, Head of Global Emerging Markets for Aberdeen http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures (ES-M3) are trading lower by 2.75 points to $1626.75 per contract. This past Friday, the Federal Reserve's main reporter Jon Hilsnerath wrote an article about when and how the central bank will start to cut its current quantitative easing program. This particular article was rumored to be released on May 9, 2013 which caused a sharp late day sell off in the S&P 500 Index. Today, the markets seem to be handling the news from the article much better as it was released over the weekend. Either way, any scaling back in the central bank's easy money policy could disrupt the current rally in stocks.
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Stock Market Timing Newsletter- Start your trading day off on the right foot, with Stephen Whiteside's Stock Market Timing Television. This free daily video newsletter focuses on the major Indexes and ETF's, as well as the US Dollar, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Precious Metals including Gold and Silver. http://www.theuptrend.com
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The 2015 American Business Awards began with presentations in Chicago on June 22. The ABA's new product and tech awards will be presented in San Francisco on September 11.
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June 7 (Bloomberg) -- Hans Nichols reports on President Barack Obama's talks on U.S. surveillance programs. Nichols speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money." (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg "Lunch Money" brings you all the top market news and analysis of equities, currencies, bonds, commodities and options while the trading day is in full swing. The business news broadcast insights from Wall Street analysts, sector specialists, and star traders who specialize in crunching the numbers that underpin U.S. stock market moves. Broadcasting live from Bloomberg's headquarters in New York, "Lunch Money" breaks market news and provides forward-looking insights on the most important information for time-crunched investors. "Lunch Money" doesn't miss a beat when it comes to reporting gold price moves, the Yen depreciation, gasoline price fluctuations, and the options trading frenzies that often precede S&P 500 company earnings including Herbalife, Apple, Heinz, Microsoft, Caterpillar, Netflix, JCPenney, Yahoo and more. The business news show, hosted by Bloomberg TV's Adam Johnson and Stephanie Ruhle, and features original reporting from Bloomberg correspondents, among them: Alix Steel, Dominic Chu, Sara Eisen, Sheila Dharmarajan, Cristina Alesci, Julie Hyman, Scarlet Fu and Olivia Sterns. For a complete compilation of Lunch Money videos, visit: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/lunch-money/ Watch "Lunch Money" on TV, on the Bloomberg smartphone app, on the Bloomberg TV + iPad app or on the web: http://bloomberg.com/tv Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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_Commemorating Financial Panic: It Ain't Over Yet ! _Why Bernanke's Market Manipulation's Are So Brilliant Gold - Against Monetary Disorder, Treasury Is Paying Only 2 % Gold and Silver markets are corrupt and manipulated to keep their prices down! If gold and silver do NOT rise in terms of a devalued dollar, it will be the first time -- the first time! -- In All Of History (IAOFH) that the ruination of a currency by over-issuance did NOT result in roaring inflation in prices, with gold and silver rising supreme, soaring majestically over an economic landscape of destruction, ashes and suffering caused by the resultant terrifying inflation in prices, such that people starved to death, and froze to death, because the prices of food and energy were so high, and all the people got all real honked-off about it, and were rioting in the streets, and this time hopefully storming the Federal Reserve, taking over in a glorious bloodless coup to instantly put the USA back on the gold standard, to immediate effect as the dollar would probably instantly be so strong that we could import as much food and energy as we want at low, low, low prices, while the throngs gleefully shout "The Wonderful Mogambo (TWM) was right! We should have done this years ago!" And the best part -- the best part ! -- is that the gold and silver markets are corrupt and manipulated to keep their prices down! What a godsend! Cheap gold! Cheap silver! Now, there are many things you can say about corrupt markets and the corrupt regulators who allow such corruption, and I have said most of them most of the time, but one you probably never thought of is "Thanks, corrupt market manipulators, and your regulator lackeys, for keeping the prices of gold and silver down so I can buy more at these laughably low prices!" And that is just one -- ONE ! -- of the many, MANY reasons why savvy investors, like you and Junior Mogambo Rangers (JMRs) everywhere, buy gold, silver and oil, and say, whilst doing do, "Whee! This investing stuff is easy !"
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12:00 Noon Manual Transmission of the Data Required by PA-15-01, & an Introduction to the OGE Extranet 1:00 PM Refresher On Mutual Fund Exemptions 1:45 PM The Criminal Prohibitions on Representing Private Interests before the Government: 18 U.S.C. 203 & 205 3:15 PM Enterprise Risk Management
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