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Are We In Another Housing Bubble?

Home prices on a national basis have been on the rise for over four years now. This past June marked the 50th consecutive month of year-over-year national home price appreciation. With all of this positive momentum and the memory of the last housing crisis still fresh in everyone’s minds, many are wondering whether we are in yet another housing bubble. http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/are-we-in-another-housing-bubble/

Are Stocks the New Bonds?

Conventional wisdom says that you should invest in stocks when you’re young and then slowly shift into a more “fixed income” strategy as you age in order to reduce the wild swings and to generate the income needed to sustain spending in retirement. But what do you do when that income is nowhere to be found? http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/are-stocks-the-new-bonds/

Skill vs Luck

We a healthy respect for the market’s ability to make even the wisest of investors look like a fool on a regular basis. So if even the best investors can be made to look like fools over certain periods of time, how can we decipher what makes a skilled or just plain lucky investor? http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/skill-vs-luck/

Showing Interest In Valuation

One of the persistent questions faced by investors is whether stocks are undervalued, overvalued or fairly valued. After all, the “cheapness” of a stock at the time one invests is probably the single most important driver of the long-term result. Unfortunately most of the time ascertaining whether or not valuations are too high or too low isn’t that clear cut. http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/showing-interest-in-valuation/

The Most Valuable Thing Money Can Buy

The number one reason people become a slave to their jobs/career is because they lack the discipline to save money. This week's post is about a young women who bucked the trend and retired at the age of 33 to pursue her dreams of traveling the world. http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/the-most-valuable-thing-money-can-buy/