Supply chain disruptions continue and the costs of goods and services continue to rise. On this podcast, Karl Eggerss explains how you can prepare your portfolio and your household for low inventory and rising costs.
While real estate can be a great long-term investment, it takes a lot of work and not every real investment deal is appropriate for every investor. Karl Eggerss welcomes Oliver Norman to the podcast to discuss.
The key to investing success isn’t necessarily forcing yourself to sit through white-knuckle drawdowns but instead positioning your portfolio in advance to avoid white-knuckle syndrome.
The number of publicly traded stocks is declining. Entrepreneurialism isn’t dead as new company formation is robust. However, companies are staying private longer and thus private equity investors capture the fastest growth rates of companies before turning them over to public market investors.
Imagine just starting out your career. What things do you need to know to make sure you start out on the right financial path? On this podcast, Karl Eggerss gives some practical tips that will help.
There have been a lot of issues for investors to digest lately: Delta variant, higher inflation, supply chain disruptions, government stimulus, and now Afghanistan. And, yet, the stock market is still near all-time highs. But, for how long? Karl Eggerss and Trey Ware discuss this.
While the inflation rate will eventually subside, higher prices for many goods and services will never decline. Hence, while economists can quibble about the definition of “transitory,” the fact is that inflation is now embedded in some prices, which erodes U.S. dollar purchasing power.
The general public and investors alike appear to have two very distinct views of the world right now, which is pushing and pulling markets daily.
The Federal Reserve held its fifth of eight meetings last week, and the general conclusion is that it was about as accommodative as it could be in the face of current economic growth and inflation levels.
Managing an investment portfolio has many factors to consider. On this podcast, Karl Eggerss discusses some of the key items every investor must consider before constructing a portfolio for any situation.