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Next week we’re scheduled for a big market recap. There’s a lot to talk about, including a question that I keep hearing and have been hearing for quite some time: “Do I need to be invested in this market?”
Are stocks cheap? Expensive? Fairly priced? Did I miss the move? Is there more to go? What about all those risks that I read about and see on CNBC?
It should be an interesting discussion, so make sure you’re subscribed via email or Facebook so you get it automatically.
In the meantime, I found something from the archive that made me smile. So I dusted it off and re-purposed it for this week. A couple of you will remember this piece from our very early days — if you do, pat yourself on the back! – but for most of you it’ll be new. It’s every bit as relevant today as it was over two years ago.
Regulatory reform is an important topic. For people that work in the industry, it’s obviously one of the most important topics. I know it sounds ridiculous, but the epic Dodd-Frank financial regulatory reform legislation still hasn’t completely gone into effect yet. Provisions of that are still being debated (fought over?) and the final rules still aren’t clear. Other parts that are clear still haven’t gone into effect.
Today we’re going to look at regulatory reform from a slightly different perspective. We’re going to try and brush away some of the clouds and back way up to look at the big picture. It can be tough to get your bearings when you are a suffocated by such a detailed fog, but today we’re going to call on the help of a few greats.