Things We Worry About
Things we normally worry about
The CAPE ratio
The inverted yield curve
The Fed being behind the curve
Gridlock in congress
The decline in listed stocks
The bubble in private markets
Index funds distorting prices
Am I saving enough money?
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As Director of Research at Ritholtz Wealth Management, Michael Batnick, CFA reads research publications and stays on top the latest trends in the industry. Michael is a member of the investment committee and heads up the company’s internal research efforts. He spends most of his time developing and implementing risk management and portfolio strategies for the firm’s clients.
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