Barry Ritholtz, founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management and columnist for Bloomberg, briefly recounts the story of Joseph Granville to convey the risk of “1) try[ing] to time markets; 2) tak[ing] ourselves too seriously; and 3) refus[ing] to acknowledge our fallibility.” Granville rose to prominence in the 1970s and had a series of prescient calls by […]
Barry Ritholtz, Bloomberg columnist and founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management, points out that 2015 has been essentially flat and, looking to history, concludes: “by itself, a flat market does not tell us very much of anything about the following years’ subsequent returns.” He notes that two opposing views are common in predicting markets after flat […]
Earlier this month, Barry Ritholtz of Ritholtz Wealth Management suggested in his Washington Post column that amateurs may be able to beat professional investors. Countering Charles Ellis’ suggestion that amateur investors are seriously disadvantaged as amateur football players would be against the pros, Ritholz opines that amateur investors “have enormous advantages of their own.” He […]
While pundits have been throwing around the term “bubble” throughout the stock market’s climb over the past few years, Barry Ritholtz doesn’t sound concerned that we’re in one.
In a wide-ranging interview with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg’s Masters In Business podcast, Charles Schwab’s Liz Ann Sonders offers her take on the bull market, and a look at her early years working for the great Martin Zweig.
With the Nasdaq recently closing above 5,000 for the first time in a decade-and-a-half, bears have said that the index really should be adjusted for inflation to get a better assessment of where things stand, valuation-wise. Barry Ritholtz says that’s nonsense.
In a wide-ranging interview with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg View, quantitative investing guru James O’Shaughnessy recently talked about why human beings are such inferior prognosticators compared to computer models, what that means for investors, why stocks may well be safer than bonds over the long run, and why holding period duration is so critical.
Trying to predict the next market correction? Barry Ritholtz has some advice for you: Don’t.
In an interview with Bloomberg View’s Barry Ritholtz, Research Affiliates’ Rob Arnott recently talked about the fundamental indexing approach that he pioneered.
Investors spend a lot of time worrying about — and often acting on — the latest economic reports. But Barry Ritholtz says what they most often should do in such situations is nothing.