Nir Kaissar

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Gen Z's Alternative Investing Bug Will Cost Them Dearly

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Younger investors are wrong to think all assets are interchangeable. Watches and sneakers can't compare with a traditional 60/40 portfolio.

Hedge Funds Are Just Too Big To Beat The Market

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The industry is now a multitrillion-dollar business, and that kind of size inevitably leads to disappointing results.

Global Diversification Has Disappointed. Don't Give Up On It

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After an incredible 15 years for U.S. public and private equities, investors shouldn't count on history repeating.

History Bodes Ill For Growth Stocks After Big 2023 Rally

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Lower valuations and higher dividend yields mean value stocks typically outperform in the long run.

Stock Funds Can Be Difficult to Compare. Try This

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Differences in valuation and profitability complicate the investing analysis. Consider using the PEP ratio.

Stocks Are Pricey Even Without Magnificent Seven

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Excluding the tech heavyweights, the S&P 500's price-earnings ratio falls from 28 to 24, hardly a bargain.

BlackRock Portfolios Work For Investors But Not Advisors

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Advisors have no financial incentive to transition their clients to off-the-rack ETF offerings.

Tech-Led Stock Rally Is Missing Some Exuberance

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Bets on unprofitable companies are tamer than usual, signaling tempered zeal for equities.

Looks Like Cash And Acts Like Stocks, But It Has A Catch

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Direct lending has a veneer of stability that could easily be punctured by higher rates and a downturn.

S&P 500's Tech-Heavy Top Is A Feature, Not A Bug

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Just five tech stocks account for 24% of the index, but the concentration helps stabilize the risk of investing over time.

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