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Home Bias, Everywhere

Here is another great screenshot from JP Morgan, where it shows a big bias that even institutional investors have all over the world…  

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Skin in the Game – My Portfolio

Next time you sit down with your advisor, ask him or her a simple question:   How do you invest your own money? Don’t settle for a simple “well, uh, I have some stocks and bonds, and, umm, some CDs”…ask them specifically what their allocation percentages…

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Books in the Mail (or Pre-Ordered)

The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers – Horowitz Letters of Note: An Eclectic Collection of Correspondence Deserving of a Wider Audience – Usher The Tragedy of the European Union: Disintegration or Revival? – Soros Succession Planning for Financial Advisors –…

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Travel: Boston Paris London NYC

I will be in Boston Monday and Tuesday for the IMCA conference: http://www.imca.org/conferences/imca-annual-conference Then off to Paris and giving a talk in London: https://secure.cfauk.org/events/events-details/index.html?article=MjE0MQ== Then a few days in Europe (undecided where just yet, any suggestions?) then in NYC May 19-22…come say hello!

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Twitter Updates

A few updated links for those not following me on Twitter @MebFaber.   [View the story “Twitter Updates” on Storify]

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How to Start an ETF

I gets lots of questions over email and in person on a handful of topics.  Usually I try to incorporate all of them into a longer written piece that includes my personal opinions and experiences that readers can then reference.  You can find some older…

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Free Books

I’m starting a hellish travel schedule for the next six weeks, and usually I like to give out free books at the talks so people don’t get obsessed with taking notes.  So, for the next five days my eBooks are free on Amazon – so…

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