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Bitcoin "Investments"

Posted by Jay Hutchins on Jun 22, 2021 10:22:54 AM

There’s a lot of buzz in the investment world about Bitcoin—and cryptocurrencies in general. Is it an investment? A real medium of exchange? Some of this interest undoubtedly comes from the fact that, in 2009, Bitcoins were selling for eight cents a coin. At the peak earlier this year, one of those coins was trading at $65,000.

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Topics: investing, bitcoin

Two Hats

Posted by Jay Hutchins on May 31, 2017 1:44:51 PM
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Topics: investing

Bonds in a Rising Interest Rate Environment

Posted by Jay Hutchins on Mar 21, 2017 9:06:01 AM

I recently issued a message to Conservatory Members about equity markets in a gradually rising interest rate environment. Today I will address bonds, which are commonly considered poor investments when rates are on the rise.

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Topics: rate of return, investing

Risk: The Final Frontier

Posted by Jay Hutchins on Nov 16, 2016 9:51:47 AM

We tend to pay an awful lot of attention to investment returns. Mostly, I suppose, because they are in our faces all the time. Turn on the television, listen to the radio, pick-up the newspaper, even our smart phones have applications to keep us continuously abreast of the latest valuation placed by Wall Street traders on a basket of thirty stocks we know as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). But what does today's valuation have to do with our lives, and should it make or break our day? 

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Topics: wealth, risk, rate of return, investing

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