Mitch Goldberg

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People are living longer during an age of rising health-care and housing costs.feedback
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Jun 06 2017
Find all of Mitch Goldberg’s quotes that have been published in 13 different articles on this page. Mitch Goldberg’s quotes are organized by date and topic, making it easy for you to compare, for example, what Mitch Goldberg has said both recently, and in the past, on a variety of topics. Some of the topics Mitch Goldberg likes to comment on include NAFTA and U.S.. Most recently, Mitch Goldberg said, “I'm concerned that investors are getting a little too used to whistling past these events, a little too complacent. Bear markets are a part of investing, but investors clearly aren't in the mood to prepare for one.”.
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Dec 15 2016

It started before [Trump]. It is a mix of fundamentals improving and the belief Trump's policies will accelerate things.feedback

Dec 15 2016

Either way, companies are giving investors a reason to own their stocks.feedback

Dec 15 2016

I know everyone wants a binary market call of whether we have come too far too fast or if there is more to go. But what investors need to look out for are the conditions pushing stocks higher and bonds lower. Are those ending, or are they evolving in a way that adds to the positive sentiment?feedback

Dec 05 2016

Inflation hedges are like rules of thumb. They've worked in the past just enough to sucker-punch investors back into old trades.feedback

Dec 05 2016

Conditions in the real world do not exist in a vacuum. In reality, the 'inflation trade' has never been this straightforward, simple formula.feedback

Oct 28 2016 - Populism

Consumers don't like rising prices, and when the populism backfires, we'll go back to less-restrictive trade policies. When Americans see that they have to pay more for everything at Target, they'll forget about populist polices in a heartbeat. What about the coal miners and the assembly-line workers? Well, what about my checking account and Visa statement?feedback

Oct 28 2016 - NAFTA

This isn't like the days when NAFTA was passed. Feedback comes almost instantaneously, which helps with crafting trade agreements and policies.feedback

Oct 27 2016

A 1 percent to 5 percent cash holding probably won't change much in terms of reducing risk. Ten percent to 20 percent will help with that. Over 20 percent cash is quite a nervous reaction but not necessarily overboard. You are responsible for you, so you need to consider the extent to which you could be down in stocks and for how long; that's the essence of risk tolerance.feedback

Oct 27 2016

Investors have lots to be nervous about. But then again, for as long as I've been in this business, there has always been something to be nervous about. ... What we're really talking about is risk tolerance and how one should react to that.feedback

Oct 27 2016

The percentage of cash that should be in someone's investment portfolio is really impossible to give without knowing that person's circumstances.feedback

Oct 13 2016

No one fits the conventional mold perfectly.feedback

Oct 13 2016

The discipline to change your allocations based on your original allocation is more important than the actual allocation itself in many cases. It's called rebalancing. But it's hardest when a holding is performing well; investors hate leaving a good party, but the hangover isn't worth it.feedback

Oct 13 2016

If you're more daring, you could be more concentrated in sectors and just hold them for long stretches of time. But you have to be the kind of investor who is at ease with big swings in your portfolio.feedback

Oct 13 2016

If rates went up a quarter-point, it'll be a non-event.feedback

Oct 13 2016

It is when investors jump ship to another strategy they lag. Many index purists can say'you would've been better off in an index fund that you didn't touch because in a straight-up seven-year-old bull, indexing has worked out incredibly well.feedback

Oct 13 2016

It's not quite as simple as just selling a winner and buying a loser because, as we know, winners and losers could stay that way for some time.feedback

Sep 07 2016

I immediately thought of how Apple has almost all of its cash outside of the U.S. and how it spent about $100 billion on stock buybacks. How'd that massive buyback work out for shareholders? Not too well.feedback

Sep 07 2016

No doubt, corporate profits are higher because of this, and now maybe the reported net income will have to have an additional footnote. And we all could agree that we don't like footnotes, because they indicate that there is something opaque about them, or at the very least, they indicate added complexity to understanding the real bottom line of a company. ... This Apple issue just made overseas cash and tax rates a valuation issue.feedback

Aug 30 2016

There's a lot of competition for the best cases today. This business needs constant funding because both the lawyers and the investors are laying out a lot of cash and potentially waiting a long time for a return.feedback

Aug 30 2016

As the supply of capital increases, competition is going to grow… right now we have an industry that's so wide-open I don't see any significant change over the next three to five years.feedback

Jun 02 2016

This was once only found in the hands of large and sophisticated hedge funds. I doubt too many retail investors are asking how they could bet on a potential credit default.feedback

Jun 02 2016

Some ETFs really are unique, and some seem a little too unique.feedback

Jun 02 2016

When I first entered the securities industry in 1990, investing in assets like Russian stocks, frontier markets, emerging market debt and even junk bonds were considered the purview of the most sophisticated investors. What regular everyday investors can [now] do is nearly limitless.feedback

Jun 02 2016

Does the supply-and-demand equation for coal look bullish long-term? And does the world have ample supplies of it? I think the market has spoken to that already.feedback

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