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Strebler's Perspective

March, 2017

Healthier Healthcare

by Jon S. Strebler  

 

Back in the late-1980s and early-90s, we used to take the kids camping 100 to 200 miles down the Baja California coast.  We’d stay at one deserted beach or another, often choosing Punta Cabras with its sand dunes, rocky headlands, blowholes and some decent waves.  Lots of good memories from those trips, including the rattlesnake that unwisely interrupted my morning business behind a nearby bush.  He ended up in the frying pan along with the eggs and taters, an extra protein source to fuel the day.

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Check-Up Time

by Jon S. Strebler

Over six decades, Mr. Russell’s Dow Theory Letters addressed the action in a wide variety of markets, not to mention politics and such disparate topics as theology, ethics, the environment, and much more. But since the late-1960s, he focused more on stocks and gold than anything else, and readers know by now that my own writing generally follows along in those footsteps. Without minimizing the importance of the bond, currency, and commodity markets, along with real estate, gems, and fine art, it’s probably fair to say that Mr. Russell saw stocks as the greatest vehicle for generating wealth over time, and gold as the best way to retain wealth (purchasing power) over the long haul.

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Break Time?

by Jon S. Strebler

 

Stocks and precious metals have had a good run lately.  Is it time for them to “take 5,” or more?  For the long-term investor, rests along the primary trend’s path aren’t particularly germane.  But they are of interest from a curiosity point of view, and in our case and at this time, important for fine-tuning our asset allocations.

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