Posts Tagged ‘bonds’

100 Year Bonds In The Trump Era

100 Year Bonds In The Trump Era

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas, Wall Street

The United States does not currently issue bonds with maturities longer than 30 years, but the idea of super long-dated national debt is back in the air. Long-dated, as in bonds due in 100 years. One reason 100-year bonds are kind of neat is that nobody alive right now ever needs to worry about paying […]

Trump Wins. Markets Panic. Why?

Trump Wins. Markets Panic. Why?

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Investing, Personal Finance, Wall Street

Stock markets worldwide will drop significantly tomorrow, and throughout the rest of the week, as US and global investors recalibrate their expectations of the United States due to the little-anticipated Donald Trump victory in today’s Presidential election. Stock Market From an individual investor perspective, I suddenly have deep regrets about two pieces of 100% rock-solid […]

NIRP

NIRP

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas, Wall Street

What is the key signal, for you, that we’ve arrived at End Times? Maybe war and famine? The sun turning black and the moon turning blood red? That other party’s Presidential candidate – the one you hate – might just be the Antichrist? Sure, sure, all very scary. I’m a finance guy, so I’d argue: […]

Pundits Talking Their Book

Pundits Talking Their Book

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

One of clearest, most knowledgeable, and most readable pundits on financial markets is a guy named Bill Gross. Gross, known in financial circles as the “The Bond King” and the founder of mutual fund giant PIMCO, writes an entertaining monthly letter with musings on his life, asset prices and value, and the future direction of […]

Stocks vs Bonds - The probabilistic answer

Stocks vs Bonds – The probabilistic answer

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Wall Street

Beg, Steal & Borrow I’ve gotten in the awkward habit on Bankers Anonymous of stealing monthly thoughts from an investment advisor named David Hultstrom of Financial Architects LLC – about whom I know very little – except that he writes very clearly and sensibly about personal investing. In this month’s note to his clients he […]