What is the fair value of the S&P 500 right now? Is the stock market in a bubble? I'll look at data from 1960-2021 to answer that question.
A look at past stock market crashes, their causes, and lessons we can learn from them.
Would you buy 40 tulips for $20 million? I mean, they are beautiful...
Without fear, the financial markets become dangerous places. Which asset lacks fear today?
How many stocks should you have in your portfolio to be diversified?
Is inflation here? If so, what should investors do about it?
Should you dollar cost average or invest a lump sum? Let's see what the data says. (You may be surprised.)
How have the experimental valuation portfolios done to start 2021?
What does data from 1987 to 2021 tell us about stocks with high short interest (like GME)?
How has shareholder yield done compared do dividend yield so far in 2021? How about P/E ratio and other valuation metrics?
Since May 2020, we’ve been having a friendly competition between a few popular valuation ratios including dividend yield vs. shareholder yield. How has each of these portfolios performed through December 31, 2020?
Can the 11%-yielding QLYD be a good bond substitute? Covered calls can be worthy investments, but under which conditions?
Which portfolio is beating the S&P 500 by nearly 20%?
More information on the 12 dividend ETFs reviewed on YouTube