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Tim Bond of Barclays Capital argues that [the] key “saving age” is the cohort of 35-54 year-olds. As they prepare for retirement, they pile into the asset class du jour. Mr Bond shows that since the second world war there has been a close correlation between American equity valuations and the proportion of 35-54 year-olds in the population. That the “noughties” proved to be a dismal decade for equities was hardly surprising. The number of retirees (who run down their portfolios) was rising relative to the number of savers. The bad news is that the demographic maths imply that equity valuations will continue to fall until the ...
(This post does not believe in any sort of prejudices racial or national.... pringles is a prime proponent of global integration ..... After all sex is a unifying force.....the "positions" may differ, but the "peaks" are the same ....So no offence to the great nation of Italy or the greats referred to) Pringles(God is taking a break today, so pringles is substituting): What's the beta ? MOTL: What's the underlying opportunity set? Pringles: What's that got to do with it? MOTL: are you diversified or ur not diversified? Pringles (slightly skeptical of all ... Read More
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