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Jerry weapon as I mentioned is right here he says it's time for investors to shift their perspectives.
Into that -- start making money no matter what the market's doing what don't we always want to do that.
Of course we do but I think so many events of the last 45 years have gotten people looking for somebody to blame.
-- -- about what's gone wrong focusing on the negative in the meantime.
A lot of money's been made by individuals and by investors buy companies around the world and I'm just try to get investors to think a little more about where money is and can be made.
Well here's what -- -- think about you just made the point a lot of money's been made the S&P 500 since what 2009.
Folks when you're talking about your money don't -- caught up in who you hate politically or who you love.
It's the trade and that's what we're doing here on Fox Business so at the moment my question -- you then becomes what would you be and what do you stay away from.
Well right now I think people need to look.
Back at the manufacturing growth that strong in the US in the have to think about who that's gonna -- to make more money who's gonna benefit from the cheap energy in the US.
We still have to look I know what's -- tired story.
But we need to look at the shifts in the emerging markets who -- China successfully moves toward a consumer based economy.
Who's going to sell consumer goods in China.
They may not be Chinese companies look for what they are and by the way you know we were looking for are reading glasses have to -- -- -- to four years old as me Liz.
But how about selling stuff to old people like me who don't see as well virtue was Weller sleep as well -- whatever we.
And -- look at the demographic shift yep look at the money shipping you say don't sit there on top of a pile of cash into what -- -- cops well.
Put it to work I put some of it to work.
I think people you know -- somebody on a little earlier talking about where they could.
Have short term money put away very effectively that's a good insurance policy thinking that is liquidity think of that as what you might need if there's an emergency but you know.
Treasuries short term interest rates.
Our a great way to get -- slowly because every day your purchasing power is less so we need to be looking for ways to grow -- purchasing power in the future some insurance.
Some growth you know last.
Weekend when we were with Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway the shareholder meeting Warren Buffett very pointedly said to Fox Business.
I wouldn't be putting my money in US treasuries again he said that back in 2009.
To -- -- said there's a bubble here people will rush into it fearful about it.
Meantime you know that he says has been not a great play it's better to be in equities well as.
You know in the course he's been wrong since 2009 because we treasuries -- and then we run into this in central banks around the world have been pushing down interest rates.
And I don't I don't I think I have not we're not what you and I in -- and I think of people listening to Fox Business are not quite Warren Buffett.
So I wanna -- -- -- they would love to be but they're not gonna get to be Warren Buffett -- only owning insurance policies in their portfolio.
All of -- should have some insurance.
We had a fire insurance on our houses but think about your treasury position in terms and insurers -- near term liquidity needs.
Don't think about it as -- way it's gonna help you grow purchasing well we're here to your number one tip was don't be scared and that's the thing have a little bit of an insurance policy but that's not a way to get wealthy quote you -- -- the wages avoid being scared is to make sure that you're up you have a little ensure urgent liquidity.
Aren't -- Jerry's back with.
Moved ever gonna push you on that one -- thanks Gerri we'll see in a minute JPMorgan.
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