Author: Isaac La Buguen

“Don’t fight the fed” and “Don’t fight the tape” are expressions that have echoed from market professionals throughout the second quarter of this year. This has resulted in bubbling valuations in certain parts of the market. The second quarter has seen peculiar things such as...

Prior to the global health pandemic that has taken financial markets by storm, investing over the past decade had effectively been on autopilot with broad market indexes setting new highs constantly over that time. Since the market bottomed from the Financial Crisis of 2008/2009...

Systematic value investors face a lot of options when deciding which value metric they should utilize when constructing their portfolios. Unfortunately, common valuation metrics such as price-to-earnings (or the PE ratio) are prone to inaccuracies due to arbitrary increases in the life span of assets...

At Global Beta, as we analyze the current whip sawing in the market, one thing is very clear to us: the market’s unpredictability has become very predictable. The same beast of algorithmic and index-based fund strategies that has seemingly and endlessly powered the market to...

The past week between 02/21/20 and 02/27/20 has officially become the worst week for stocks since the financial crisis. In fact, it is the most the S&P 500 index has been down in that span of time. The easiest solution for investors is...

As we move along in year 11 of the country’s longest ever bull market, it’s fair to wonder when it will end. Below is a list of all the 13 largest bull markets, showing just how impressive the longevity of this bull market has...