What is the Iceberg Illusion in Financial Markets?

What is the Iceberg Illusion in Financial Markets?

Usage: The Iceberg Illusion is a deception in which only a small perceptible part of a much larger problem is visible (the tip of the Iceberg); the remaining 90% of the iceberg lies hidden under water as an ongoing threat to passing ships. Iceberg  /ʌɪsbəːɡ/ –...
The Perils of Investing in a Fully-Valued Market

The Perils of Investing in a Fully-Valued Market

The Perils of Investing in a Fully-Valued Market How less-correlated assets can re-balance your portfolio  As we begin the New Year of the Rat, one prediction is easy to make: investors are unlikely to match the double digit returns of the last 12 months, when...