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When it comes to making investment decisions, finding the right stocks to buy can be a daunting task. Investors seek strategies that not only offer potential for growth but also minimize risks. In this article, we explore a powerful investment factor called factor momentum, which aims to identify stocks with
Growth is one of the most popular factors in factor-style investing—but how do we recognize a true growth stock?
Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's business partner and vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, is known for his sharp wit and no-nonsense investment philosophy. Munger once quipped that all intelligent investing is value investing—acquiring more than you are paying for. Value investing today fits into a paradigm today known as factor-style
TLDR — See our Fear and Greed Index here. Just yesterday, a fake photograph of an explosion near the Pentagon spread like wildfire across social networks, briefly sending stocks lower in what was the first market movement caused by an AI-generated image. While this certainly lends itself to the discussion of
Investing involves various strategies that one can use, including daily trading, DCA, and monthly buying for a long-term portfolio. While some of these strategies work long-term, others only work for specific types of people or market scenarios, and many seem to be scams. However, the Benner Cycle, created by Samuel
This week, Synvestable managed to create financial history by creating the world's first fully autonomous, vertically integrated financial advisor for model portfolio building and generative financial insights. See for yourself the amazing things taht Synsense Advisor can do, the official announcement: If you' interesting in see the full demo of
This may come as no surprise: a wealth or liquidity event makes you more attractive—and it’s now backed by science. Generally speaking, a new wealth or liquidity event makes men more likely to marry and have kids and less likely to divorce. But the same research says it’
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have become an increasingly popular investment vehicle in recent years. As of 2021, there were over 7,000 ETFs available globally, with a total net asset value of over $9 trillion. An ETF is a type of investment fund that is traded on a stock exchange and
When it comes to dividend investing or even just having companies in your portfolio that pay a dividend, there's specific dividend data that you need to be paying attention to. In the article we'll go over the key dividend data that you need to watch: 1. The Declaration Date 2.
Coming off of our last post on how interest rate swaps and FX swaps are a banking crisis in the making, we felt it necessary to give a deeper dive into how a swap transaction works so readers can understand exactly where the risk lies. In a whitepaper published by
It may seem a bit dramatic to label a developing banking crisis as a potential financial Armageddon, but then again, maybe it isn't. Off the news of the Federal Reserve and Jerome Powell raising the interest rate on federal funds an additional 25 basis points yesterday, the implications rising interest
Welcome to the cutthroat world of stock picking—where fortunes are made and lost in the blink of an eye. The game is rigged, the rules are constantly changing, and the competition is fierce. But what if there were a way to gain an edge over the competition—to make
What Is Financial Education? Financial education refers to the knowledge and understanding of how money works and how to make it work for you. It includes understanding and managing personal finances, such as budgeting, saving, investing, and protecting assets. It also involves understanding financial products and services, such as credit
The story below was sent to us by a premium user of Synvestable. It was so good—and human—that we wanted to share it. I've been working hard all my life. I've always had a steady job, but my salary never seemed to be enough to cover my expenses.
Financial literacy is the ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. It involves being able to make informed decisions about financial matters and being able to understand and manage one's own financial situation. Achieving financial literacy can be a difficult process,
Our simple 4-Step Guide to consistently finding the best dividend paying stocks. Passive Income — The Ultimate Goal of Investing The ultimate goal for any investor is to have diversified passive income streams that consistently produce reliable cashflow. This means it's never too early or too late to take advantage of
If making more money is a primary focus for you this year, it makes it worthwhile to see what up-and-coming Americans are doing to make their way even closer to financial independence. In the Your Money survey, over 2 million people were surveyed on what they did to build wealth—
We often speak with our clients and friends about financial independence, mostly because we find it interesting and the conversation always seems to gravitate in that direction anyways. What we've found is that many people are expressing the same concerns—it's getting harder out there. Between corporate layoffs, tighter consumer
When Wall Street talks about bond yields, it's about playing better defense with stocks—but is everything Wall Street thinks about bond yields backwards?
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The Two Rules of Investing Risk management is an important element to achieving long-term investment results but it often gets overlooked by investors as generating returns takes center stage. Due to the compounding effects of investment returns, losing money can be a catastrophe. That’s why Warren Buffett has two
In today's analysis, we're going to be analyzing the August CPI report which came out this morning hotter than expected, and dissect why inflation is being so stubborn. TLDR: Interest rates don't matter, real rates matter. But in order to understand the true driver of inflation, we need to understand
Key Takeaway: Declining fundamentals have only just begun. As Jerome Powell mentioned at Jackson Hole just a week ago, expect much more pain. Energy Prices In an interview with Bloomberg, Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said that OPEC, the world's largest crude exporter, was prepared to cut production
Today the market opened in some pretty bearish territory. In periods of extreme bearish sentiment, interesting opportunities can reveal themselves for the savvy investor. One of the more interesting opportunities that can reveal themselves are stocks that zig when others zag. Traditionally, the beta of a stock tells us how
Is this the beginning of a new bull market, or have investors been lured into a bear trap? Today we review both cases and let you decide.
With prices rising at their fastest pace in over 40 years, the Federal Reserve moved to raise Federal Funds rates by another 0.75% to 2.5% this morning. The marks the fourth time the Central Bank has raised rates this year in an effort to break inflations back, which
It's no real secret that Congress likes to trade. Whether you attribute it to intellect or having the inside edge on major industry moves before they happen, it's hard to ignore the one simple fact: Many lawmakers are beating the market by a significant percentage every year. Today we're going
Buyer beware—these markets could see price drops of up to 20% in the event of a recession. According to Moody's, years of increasing housing prices have led to 96% of the biggest markets in U.S having overvalued real estate. Most of the overall market now remains overpriced by
Pick Your Slopes Carefully And Wear A Helmet June 2022 experienced one of the largest spikes in volatility this year—and given the current movement in the VIX, we can certainly expect more in the near term. In fact, as of today, the recession probability indicator on Synvestable Premium shows
With the current monetary policy set forth by the Federal Reserve, along with the bumpy road currently being seen in the market for the first half of 2022, many investors are wondering what to do and where to turn for the remainder of 2022. The truth of the matter is
With the S&P 500 approaching bear territory and the NASDAQ already in bear territory, it's normal for investors to be concerned about portfolio performance. "Should I buy the dip?" As of today, the S&P 500 is down almost 30% from its December 2021 peak which naturally is generating
Investing in the stock market doesn't have to be hard. So we put together 5 simple rules every investor must know when it comes to investing in the stock market. Control Your Emotions Success in investing often doesn't rely solely on intelligence, but also on emotional control. It can be