Bonds may be signalling a major stock market peak. With the gap between short and long-term interest rates tightening, Jeffrey Kleintop of Schwab tells investors which numbers to watch. When planning whether to invest in life experiences or securities, most people are reluctant to choose the life experiences. Until they’ve had some. Carl Richards of the New York Times explains why the choice is so difficult. As our longevity continues to rise, many investors are inclined to try to save more money for an extended retirement. However, it’s more likely they’ll have to find a way to extend their careers to have enough money to flesh out their retirement plans. Considering that automation is replacing workers at an accelerating pace, how will that be possible? John Mauldin takes a look into the future of aging for Advisor Perspectives.

Are Bonds Signaling A Major Stock Market Peak?-  Historically, when short-term interest rates rise above long-term rates, bull markets for stocks have ended and bear markets have begun. In recent months, the difference between short-term and long-term interest rates, called the spread, has narrowed in many countries across the globe.  Jeffrey Kleintop at Schwab discusses what to expect this time. Read more…

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