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Investment Driving: How to Use a Rearview Mirror

Having tools to assist with seeing what lies ahead is required if we hope to attempt to safely grow our capital.

 
PRLog - Feb. 25, 2013 - The current environment is causing

investors of all sizes and experience levels to more

frequently ask the question, “Is my current

investment policy and

allocation going to

allow my capital

to safely reach

our return

assumptions?”

The answer and

outcome to this question impacts us

all as the financial markets in which we invest are being

influenced more by politicians and central bankers than

at any other time since the 1930s.

Past results should be viewed in

their appropriate context... the

question should be asked and

analyzed as to whether or not

the conditions that existed in the

past are still present or not and

if so, are those conditions likely

to remain in the future.”

Individual markets can and do change dramatically

as conditions change. Therefore, the outperforming

asset class of choice today should not necessarily

be assumed to be the favored asset class for

tomorrow.

• The out of favor asset class of today is unlikely to

stay out of favor forever.

• The odds of at least a 20% decline in stocks

sometime in the first half of 2013 is increasingly

likely as global growth continues to slow and a

number of fiscal cliff related impacts come in to

play.

• I would suggest underweighting your normal risk

level of risk in equity exposure at current prices

while being willing to adjust accordingly if

prices/valuations improve in coming months and

quarters.

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