This week on Money For the Rest of Us Plus we look at U.S. stock market valuations using the Fed Model which compares earnings yield to ten-year treasury bonds. It shows the market is 75% undervalued. We also look at why that notion is absurd, but why we shouldn’t ignore relative valuations measures that utilize interest rates.
We also look at what would happen if the brokerage firm where you have your assets collapses.
We revisit lazy portfolios as we answer a member’s asset allocation questions as he and his spouse transition toward working less.
Finally, we discuss REITs and selling individual stocks.
The episode length is 23 minutes.
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