12.12.17

Some thoughts on 2018

2017 turned out to be a better year for the stock market than most investors surmised. For 2018, we yet again see investors avoiding one of the longest post-war bull markets in history and continuing to ignore the fundamentals driving markets higher.

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11.13.17

Tech's dirty little secret: it's a cyclical sector

While Tech remains one of RBA’s largest overweight sectors in our portfolios, one thing to consider is the sector’s dirty little secret: it’s really a deep cyclical.  

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10.10.17

Short-term volatility vs. full-blown bear market

2008 may have generationally scarred investor psychology. As a result, many continue to disavow the current bull market and instead heed warnings of an impending bear market. We argue that fundamentals remain strong and the global equity markets are rife with opportunity.

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9.14.17

Losing Religion

Many investors no longer view the US as the global safe haven to turn to during bouts of volatility. We argue that US and global fundamentals remain strong, however, many global investors seem to be losing religion.

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8.7.17

Charts for the Beach -2017

It’s time again for RBA’s annual ‘Charts for the beach,’ where we highlight what consensus is currently missing.

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7.11.17

The 3 Ps: politics, profits and probabilities.

Investing based on headlines and political promises is rarely beneficial to one’s portfolio. It’s dispassionately investing for fundamentals that continue to drive the markets.

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6.13.17

Active vs. Passive

Many investors seem to be stuck in the middle of the false dichotomy between active and passive investing. At RBA, we argue it’s much more important for investors to ascertain which active or passive portfolio to buy and when to own it.

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5.9.17

Fundamentals, Fundamentals, Fundamentals

Political rhetoric may make it seem that the end is nigh, however, it’s fundamentals, not fear that will benefit your portfolio.

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