When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do? -- John Maynard Keynes

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Investing, The Fed, Unintended Consequences

Investing: The Fed and unintended consequences: "...The best bet for most people: Remain widely diversified. You'll need cash in case you need to write a check. You need bonds because if the economy falters, we could be looking at Japan-style interest rates. (Bond prices rise when interest rates fall, and vice-versa). And you need stocks because that's where you're most likely to get the highest returns over the long run. The more time you have before you'll need your money, the more you should have in stocks. And be brave. The law of unintended consequences also means that sometimes, good things happen when you least expect them. You never know." (read more at the link above)

The Big Picture

Financial Crisis - The Telegraph

JohnTheCrowd.com | The Sailing Website

Craig Newmark - craigconnects