Paul Tudor Jones

Investing Wisdoms... Spot What's Missing

"Experience is an expensive commodity to acquire, which is why it is always cheaper to learn from the mistakes of others... not one of the investing greats in history ever had "buy and hold" as a rule."

The Witching Hour For US Stocks

When you layer on the current low volatility environment a scenario pops up: one with an equity market that very quietly returns 5-8% with very little price fluctuations.  Yes, in the past that scenario would pull investors into the fray and make for an artificially overvalued market, and then a fall. But the current crop of investors has been around for 3 notable bubble bursts: dot com, housing, and Financial Crisis. Will they get sucked in again?

Pondering The Real Perils Of Risk Parity Portfolios

Following Paul Tudor Jones "terrifying" stock market comments last week, we explain why Jones might be wrong, not about risk parity causing a market dislocation, but instead the market in which risk parity will cause problems.

The Last Time This Happened, The Market Crashed

A few days ago Charles Schwab, the investment brokerage firm, announced that the number of new brokerage accounts soared 44% during the first quarter of 2017. More specifically, Schwab stated that individual investors are opening up stock trading accounts at the fastest pace the company has seen in 17 years. Anyone remember what happened 17 years ago?

Weekend Reading: Markets May Be Getting Expensive

"This leaves markets with the “hope” trade in peril as Congress continues to trip itself up in moving its legislative agenda forward while, at the same time, the Fed has accelerated the pace of monetary tightening and sending clear warnings to the markets...This has “bad” written all over it."

"They're Baaack! And Why You Should Be Worried – Very Worried"

"This is the moment in time where generic, over simplified advice, that sounds so good (and too good) shouted too an adoring crowd  – should be taken as the siren, and clarion call to those who are diligent in preserving their wealth to buckle up, buckle down, and prepare in earnest."

Another Reason Not To Sell Bonds...Yet

"We still think that Mr. Bond will have a soft landing this time. In fact, now that the Inaugural is behind us, with all of its ‘Sound and Fury signifying nothing’, Mr. Market will likely undertake a more cerebral evaluation of the likelihood of 4, 5 and 6% US GDP in 2017... A renewed safe haven bid for Mr. Bond and other fixed income assets seems certain before long, as Real Money and commercials have increased their net longs."