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 10/02   The Stingy News Weekly: October 2, 2022 
 10/02   Farewell, TINA 
 10/02   Back to fundamentals 
 10/01   Losing with bonds 
 10/01   Let's get nuts 
 10/01   Rob Arnott interview 
 09/25   The Stingy News Weekly: September 25, 2022 
 09/25   Spreads and recessions 


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The Stingy News Weekly: October 2, 2022
10/02/22 2:27 PM ESTSNW
This week we have bonds, bonds, nuts, and more.
More SNW: The Stingy News Weekly: September 25, 2022
The Stingy News Weekly: September 18, 2022

Farewell, TINA
10/02/22 2:20 PM ESTBonds
"but for the first time in several years, bonds are attractive investment options. In addition to providing diversification versus equities, and some ballast to an allocation, you now get paid for owning them."
More Bonds: Losing with bonds
Mayday from bonds

Back to fundamentals
10/02/22 2:13 PM ESTMarkets
"The story of the financial markets over the past four decades can be told with two data points. In September 1981, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note almost reached 16%. In August 2020, it got as low as 0.52%. The intervening decline in interest rates drove up not only bond prices, but also the value that investors were willing to put on stocks."
More Markets: Let's get nuts
Stocks vs bond yields

Losing with bonds
10/01/22 4:51 PM ESTBonds
"bonds generated a negative return in the 40 years from 1940 to 1980, which includes various market and economic cycles, including World Word II. Holdings bonds in that period would have consistently reduced the purchasing power of such a portfolio, leaving investors poorer."
More Bonds: Mayday from bonds
Fed's plan to raise interest rates is wrong

Let's get nuts
10/01/22 4:35 PM ESTMarkets
"In our opinion, the long overdue normalization of corporate profits is currently underway. As demand begins to falter and corporate costs remain elevated, we suspect a growing number of companies will announce lower earnings guidance later this year and into 2023. We anticipate businesses tied to housing will lead the way."
More Markets: Stocks vs bond yields
Investing after market declines

Rob Arnott interview
10/01/22 4:15 PM ESTValue Investing
"Arnott shares his outlook on inflation, value stocks, and his cheap diversifiers strategy." [video]
More Value Investing: Patience of value investors
Abandoning diversification

The Stingy News Weekly: September 25, 2022
09/25/22 3:06 PM ESTSNW
This week we have value, spreads, recessions, and more.
More SNW: The Stingy News Weekly: September 18, 2022
The Stingy News Weekly: September 11, 2022

Spreads and recessions
09/25/22 1:55 PM ESTStingy Investing
"While the linkage between negative spreads and recessions appears to be strong in the U.S., it has been weaker in our home and native land."
More Stingy Investing: TSX 60 for value investors
Hot potato update

TSX 60 for value investors
09/25/22 1:54 PM ESTStingy Investing
"The low-P/E portfolio fared the best of the bunch with average annual gains of 10.8 per cent from the end of January, 2002, through to the end of last month. It handily beat the index by an average of about three percentage points a year."
More Stingy Investing: Hot potato update
Looking at 10-year returns

Patience of value investors
09/25/22 1:39 PM ESTValue Investing
"Over the eight-year period 2000-2007, the Fama-French U.S. Value Research Index returned 11.0 percent per annum, outperforming the Fama-French U.S. Growth Research Index return of just 0.4 percent per annum by 10.6 percentage points a year. As you saw in the chart on valuation spreads from AQR, today's valuation spreads are very similar to what they were at the last peak in the 'bubble' in growth stocks. While that isn't a guarantee that value stocks will outperform, and do so by significant margins, it's what the historical evidence suggests is likely."
More Value Investing: Abandoning diversification
The size factor

Stocks vs bond yields
09/25/22 1:02 PM ESTMarkets
"The average annual arithmetic expected ERP was 5.40% and the average annual expected geometric ERP was approximately 3.0%. This is slightly higher than the realized ERP values, at 5.0% (arithmetic) and 2.6% (geometric), respectively."
More Markets: Investing after market declines
Alpha and the road less traveled

Investing after market declines
09/25/22 12:21 PM ESTMarkets
"However, once the market has declined by 40% (or more) from all time-highs, everything changes. At this point, it seems like the benefit of doubling down is quite large."
More Markets: Alpha and the road less traveled
Estimating future returns

MBAs vs billionaires
09/24/22 6:22 PM ESTBehaviour
"Let's assume, just for the sake of argument, that MBAs want to get rich. Let's also assume that, in figuring out how to get rich, they should probably look at how the richest people in the country - the billionaires - made their fortunes. If we're right in that second assumption, then MBAs are not making optimal career decisions."
More Behaviour: The impact of uncertainty on behaviour
Choosing happiness

Alpha and the road less traveled
09/24/22 6:20 PM ESTMarkets
"With pessimism this pervasive, it wouldn't take many positive surprises to overturn the obvious - and make global diversification lucrative again"
More Markets: Estimating future returns
An edge for retail investors

Hot potato update
09/18/22 2:37 PM ESTStingy Investing
"The hot potato portfolio has served up average annual returns of 15.2 per cent since 1981 by using momentum to jump into stocks during bull runs and out of them during long bear markets." [$]
More Stingy Investing: Looking at 10-year returns
Watching for a bottom

The Stingy News Weekly: September 18, 2022
09/18/22 7:33 PM ESTSNW
This week we have Grant, momentum, retirement, the future, and more.
More SNW: The Stingy News Weekly: September 11, 2022
The Stingy News Weekly: September 4, 2022

Beginning badly
09/18/22 4:56 PM ESTRetirement
"You might view sequence-of-return risk as the opposite of dollar-cost averaging. Instead of buying more shares when stock prices are down, you're selling additional shares at lower prices to generate the same amount of income. This year, unfortunately, provides a good example of how market forces can affect retirees' savings - and their plans."
More Retirement: Changed by the trip
Retirement riddles

Estimating future returns
09/18/22 2:46 PM ESTMarkets
"With the ten-year T-note yielding 3.41%, the S&P 500 at 3946 indicates likely nominal returns of 3.00%/year over the next ten years."
More Markets: An edge for retail investors
Buyback myths

Momentum after valuation peaks
09/18/22 2:45 PM ESTMomentum Investing
"Momentum investing also performed well following episodes when value stocks were cheap. Of course, momentum portfolios did not perform nearly as well as value portfolios, but they did still beat the generic market."
More Momentum Investing: Avoiding momentum crashes
Momentum by day or night

James Grant on inflation
09/18/22 2:39 PM ESTGrant
"Grant will discuss the Fed's about-face on inflation, the battle it faces to bring it under control, the implications for financial markets, and two investment ideas for this new investment era." [video]
More Grant: James Grant interview
James Grant on WealthTrack

The MBA indicator
09/18/22 1:58 PM ESTAcademia
"Technology and private equity have taken share from investment banking, a highly popular field in the 2000s that has lost its luster since the financial crisis."
More Academia: An economist on epidemiologists
Professor Tetlock interview

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