By HNW Editorial

“Taking a side in the bull/bear thing? Well, I’m not so sure that I’m not so sure about this bull market continuing anymore. And that bias keeps me higher than an Al Gore-inspired climate change step ladder.” – Ed Emerson, Editor, HNW Magazine


Market Bloodbath or Media Suds?

“Believing the negative headlines? Over the last 70 years the S&P 500 has risen, including reinvested dividends, some 1,000 fold. that includes 20 stockmarket crashes of 15% plus” – Alan Steel, Points of Few


Millennials: What’s the Name of the Game…?

“There is NO such thing as passive investing. There are only varying degrees of active investing. I am confident ‘the millennials’ will come to their senses about the stock market and investing.” – Howard Lindzon, StockTwits


Fretting the Fed? It’s a Little Bit Funny…

“All the slicing and dicing of each and every word in the Fed’s latest interest rate statement? And all for what? To fret over all the same stuff again at the next Fed meeting…that 25 basis points of interest…”  Mike Williams, The View from Manhattan


Why a Recession is Very Unlikely

“Here are four charts that suggest that a recession is quite unlikely, at least for the foreseeable future…” – Scott Grannis, Calafia Beach Pundit 


Building and Protecting Your Wealth

“Fireside Chat: Talking about how to consume financial media, investor behavior and how we evolve as investors.”Tadas Viskanta, Abnormal Returns


Electioneering: All the President’s Momentum

“In the run up to the election, no one wants to keep throwing money at a losing horse. It’s a spiral that feeds on itself. Perception becomes reality. Momentum stocks work in a similar way.” – Josh Brown, The Reformed Broker


JP Morgan CEO’s Advice to the Poor…Buck up!

“Things-aren’t-so-bad arguments seem to fall into a few distinct archetypes, some more much more worthy — and entertaining — than others.”Barry Ritholtz, The Big Picture 



“Betting on your Favourite Bias”


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