People are buying stocks again, sending equities on an upward trend.

That’s largely because people are positive about economic prospects in the U.S. (Europe, China and Canada aren’t yet in the same boat).

At the same time, investors have upped their demand for low volatility stocks, pushing them to the top of the S&P 500. But what happens when the prices of these securities start to slide to reasonable valuations?

Read more on whether a bubble is brewing for low volatility products.

Also check out:

Fixed-income investors must go global

How to define volatility

Originally published on
See all commentsRecent Comments


Excellent points in your brief article. A Private Real Estate Limited Partnership (PRELP) with the focus on steady and increasing income would be an alternative.

Tuesday, June 18 @ 3:17 pm //////

Add a comment

You must be logged in to comment.

Register on