VIDEO: Applying the GHPIA Valuation Benchmarks: Part 2 — 2008 Financial Crisis
February 17, 2021
Learn how GHPIA evaluates risk and reward in our investment selection process. Our ongoing series of short videos about our benchmarking process continues with a case study of the 2008...
Negative Capability and the Emotions of a Market Cycle
December 31, 2020
Here are three guidelines investors should use to weather the highs and lows of a tumultuous market cycle like that of the past year.
VIDEO: Applying the GHPIA Valuation Benchmarks: Part 1 — 1999 .com Stock Bubble
December 9, 2020
How does GHPIA evaluate risk and reward when we choose investments? Learn how in our ongoing series of short videos about our time-tested benchmarking process, which begins with this one,...
How Will the Election Affect Your Investments?
October 22, 2020
Investors may be wondering what moves they should make to cushion their portfolios against the possible repercussions of the 2020 presidential election. But as our research shows, in the long...
It’s 10 P.M.: Do You Know Where Your Municipal Bonds Are?
September 30, 2020
Investors should dig deeper into the “safe” part of portfolios and decide if the risk of individual municipal bonds is worth the reward.
As China Pressures Hong Kong, How Should Investors React?
June 30, 2020
China is flexing its muscle, menacing Hong Kong and stirring up geopolitical tension, with broad implications for the financial markets.
VIDEO: Fiscal Fitness — Why Diversification Matters
June 30, 2020
This video shows why it's important for investors to exercise all the financial muscles in their portfolios, rather than just attending to the ones they're most familiar with, like the...
Fiscal Fitness: Why Diversification Matters
June 30, 2020
Diversification is among the most fundamental, well-accepted concepts for investors and is at the core of GHPIA’s investment philosophy. But the S&P 500 index is less diversified than many investors...
VIDEO: GHPIA’s Coronavirus Town Hall
March 25, 2020
Watch our recent webinar, in which GHPIA team leaders Brian Friedman, Mike Sullivan, and Carin Wagner discussed the economic and financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and how GHPIA is...
Financial New Year’s Resolutions: Self-Help Promises for Financial Well-Being You Can Actually Keep
January 3, 2020
Here’s a set of financial New Year’s resolutions that anyone can follow. Even just doing a few of these will help improve your financial health.
The Case for Optimism: A Global Economy Retrospective — 1999-2019
December 31, 2019
Despite the volatility and chaos of last 20 years, many people will be surprised to learn that our planet and our country are wealthier and more peaceful than at almost...
The Mighty Consumer to the Rescue
September 30, 2019
What is often lost within the din of negative economic news, the daily Twitter provocations, and stock market volatility is a vibrant U.S. consumer spending backdrop, which could be the...
Are IPOs Partying Like It’s 1999?
June 30, 2019
With innovative companies like Uber, Lyft, Pinterest, Airbnb, Zoom, and Beyond Meat going public in recent months, it feels like 1999 all over again. Except this time is different. Investors...
Euroscepticism Offering Deep Discounts
December 31, 2018
Euroscepticism refers to someone who opposes increasing powers of the European Union. Concessions made by the most Eurosceptic political leaders in the most indebted countries in the eurozone suggest the...
U.S. Economic Strength Pressures Emerging Markets
September 30, 2018
The Fed raising interest rates in recent years has made the US dollar more attractive relative to riskier emerging market currencies. Despite overall weakness of developing countries’ currencies, some have...
The Bear Necessities
September 30, 2018
This August the S&P 500 Index set a record for the longest uninterrupted bull market rally at 9.5 years and counting. Of course, all good things must come to an...
Rising Interest Rates: A Double-Edged Sword
June 30, 2018
The era of ultra-easy monetary policy and low interest rates approaches its end because the economy is the healthiest it has been since the Financial Crisis. Monetary policy tightening should...
Stock Market Volatility – Is it Really That Bad?
March 31, 2018
shaken up. Recent market volatility may startle investors, but it is important to understand its origin and take a historical perspective. Volatility does not necessarily signal a time to sell...