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Is the US really de-leveraging?

Jun 10, 2014

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Mistakes that target- date fund managers make..
One particular feature of target- date funds such as retirement funds is that the older you get, the less exposure you should have to stocks because equities tend to have bigger price swings than bonds. After all, calendar matters more than the market fundamentals in case of such funds. As per this article, target-date funds and pension plan sponsors are not serving the investors well as they are not assessing risk properly and are not looking at relative valuations of stocks and bonds. There are other approaches for creating wealth for retirees as per this article. Read on to know more: (Marketwatch)

How to keep investing as markets touch life time highs
The stock markets are touching sky highs day by day the world over. Since markets are at peak valuations; they may have limited upside hereon. This means the stock markets have a high chances of correcting anytime. In this feature, the author explains how to plan your investments in such uncertainty. He begins by recommending to choose a company based on a quantitative fundamental and a subjective qualitative basis and arriving at a reasonable valuation range for a specific stock. Read on to find out more details about this methodology: (Gurufocus)

Are investors being complacent?
Despite the market achieving new milestones every other day; there are not many analysts calling for a market correction. It appears as though everybody seems content and comfortable in taking risk. After all there are many indicators driving this kind of optimism such as a post-winter economic rebound in the USA, low interest rates and a push by central banks around the world to stimulate the global economy. However, there are few worrying signs that indicate that investors might have got complacent beyond the comfort zone. Read on to know more: (USA Today)

Is the US really de-leveraging?
Many analysts believed that the US consumer had curbed his spending habits. We were led to believe that due to this, the world's largest economy was de-leveraging. But is this true? It appears that the fall in consumer debt has bottomed out. Old habits die hard we believe. What will the end of deleveraging mean for the US? Read on to find out: (safehaven)

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