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    This period is marked by turbulence. Stocks rally, sometimes furiously, only to be knocked back down. Investor sentiment varies between guarded optimism that the end is at least remotely in sight, and despair that the hope was false. This is typically the bear market’s longest period, extending for several months.

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    The irony is that long-term thinking is most powerful when everything is falling apart. The majority of long-term results are determined by decisions made during a minority of times, and right now is one of those times. It’s a tragic moment to become short-sighted.

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    Wall Street’s latest real estate grab has ballooned to roughly $60 billion, representing hundreds of thousands of properties. In some communities, it has fundamentally altered housing ecosystems in ways we’re only now beginning to understand, fueling a housing recovery without a homeowner recovery.

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    These long-term government investments matter because creating vaccines, antiviral medications, and other vital tools requires decades of serious investment, even when demand is low. Market-based economies often struggle to develop a product for which there is no immediate demand and to distribute products to the places they’re needed.

  • Top 5 Reads of the Week | 361 Capital Blog  

    Our favorite reads of the week and the quotes that make them worthy…

    “The best questions to ask on the new Wall Street, then, are these. What are my financial advisers doing in-house that someone elsewhere could do cheaper or more safely? Where do my brokers put their own cash? Do my advisers buy structured products for themselves? Above all, should I diversify not just my portfolio—but my financial advice?”