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Podcast: A Tough Time To Manage Money

In normal times, some asset classes are expensive others are cheap, making it easy to use historical relationships to decide where to invest. That's not the case today. Every major asset category, including stocks, bonds and even precious metals, are looking at best temporarily overbought by past standards, and at worst (in the case of stocks and bonds), wildly overvalued. Here's a discussion with some tentative advice.

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