A lot has been made about the losses in bonds over the past 3 years. Researchers from Bank of America obtained bond market data all the way back to 1787 and found there has never been a 3 year period with this large of a drop in Treasury Bonds. As
We've reached the last month studying through the letter of James. This section is a good wrap up to the rest of the study. While James mainly talks about prayer in these last verses, he also restates some of the key themes of the letter, such as going through trials
I've spent a lot of time the past few months discussing the way our brains work and how that is impacting our assessment of the current environment. Our role here is to use data to help us focus on what matters and what is just a bunch of noise. I
Not a normal market
The way our brains are programmed we tend to believe what has happened in the recent past is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. This is called “recency” bias.
This can be especially dangerous for investors as they may forget what history tells us about
With powerful computers always in our hands, and any and all information sources available on any of the screens at our disposal, it's easy to overreact to every piece of information. Whether it is politics, the weather, the latest violence in your region, the economy, or the stock market, we