Jeffrey Saut: Investors Have Never Learned to Manage Risk
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Jim welcomes back Jeffrey Saut, Managing Director of Research at Raymond James Financial. Jeff sees the main problem for most investors is never having learned to manage risk, as they took big losses in both 2000 and 2007. Jeff notes that both individual investors and institutions are currently underinvested in equities, and the biggest mistake now is being too bearish. He also believes if we get a correction caused by the upcoming debt-ceiling debate in Washington, it will be a buying opportunity. Jeff also sees the trend in dividend investing continuing and growing.
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