DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Sherman and Sam Lau welcome Jared Dillian, editor of The Daily Dirtnap market newsletter, investment strategist at Mauldin Economics, podcaster (Be Smart) and DJ (DJ Stochastic), for Mr. Dillian’s take on today’s markets and his thoughts on asset allocation. Messrs. Sherman, Lau and Dillian get into investor sentiment on inflation and market volatility (6:38), the risk tolerance of retail traders (13:34), what a Republican Congress in 2022 could mean for the economy (20:39) and where risk-averse investors should tread lightly (27:45), among other topics. In regard to austerity policies and cutting the budget deficit (23:57), Mr. Dillian notes, “The political will to reduce the deficit in the ’80s and ’90s was there. Now, nobody cares.” Other subjects include Mr. Dillian’s Theory of Constraints in relation to ESG investment (30:22) and The Awesome Portfolio, a 20% allotment each to stocks, bonds, cash, gold and real estate (33:11). This episode was recorded Dec. 9, 2021.
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