Where to Invest in 2020

I am sure that the title of this post will capture the attention of many weary investors following the historic meltdown of 2008. Unfortunately, there are no quick fixes in the world of investing, nobody has a crystal ball, and this is not the market environment where one should be looking to take on unnecessary […]

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Human emotions can deter a long-term investment strategy

Having a strategic asset allocation plan in place that is customized to your particular financial objectives, investment timeframe and tolerance for risk is essential for individual investors. By allocating assets across a variety of asset classes (Exs. U.S. Equities, International Equities, Bonds, Commodities, Cash, etc…), and by taking advantage of how those classes correlate, I […]

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Where will the new jobs come from?

Where will the new jobs come from? The market was not pleased with the recent jobs report and neither was our research team/. The only difference is that the market seems to have been caught somewhat by surprise by the report whereas we were not surprised and, additionally, we anticipate a gloomy future for the […]

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The Long and Short of It

Exchange-traded products (ETPs) that allow an investor to short a particular asset class or sector represented by an underlying index have grown in popularity as the market has grown more volatile since the great global credit crisis of 2008. These short or “inverse” ETPs, flat and leveraged, have also been the subject of a lot […]

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The Broader Implications of a Housing Rebound

The Broader Implications of a Housing Rebound We, at Hennion & Walsh, are observing growing momentum towards the stabilization of the residential real estate market as well as an intriguing opportunity for inclusion of this alternative asset class in diversified growth portfolios. For example, existing-home sales remained strong in May, largely due likely to the extension […]

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