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Stock Market’s Ratio of Positive to Negative Feedback has been Spectacular

In improving team performance through feedback, corporate consultants Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman report in the Harvard Business Review, the ideal praise-to-criticism ratio is 5:1. Negative feedback grabs attention, they concede, and has the power to change behavior, but it does not make people put forth their best efforts. Only positive feedback truly motivates vigor, determination, and creativity. In his book “What Predicts Divorce,” John Mordechai Gottman finds essentially the same thing in marriage—the single biggest determinant of wedded [...]

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In an Index Income Strategy, Optimism and Patience are at a Premium

Investment clients who are bearish on equities—or who do not have the patience to wait through market corrections—need not apply, at least not for becoming invested in the Sheaff Brock Investment Advisors Overlay Strategy. That’s because this particular strategy is intended for long-term, time-premium capture strategy, and is not a trading strategy designed for quick gains. How does the strategy work? For each of three subsequent months, portfolio managers: Sell put options on an S&P 500 ETF (exchange-traded fund) Buy [...]