Now that it's bonus time for many people, I figured it would be a good time to ask an investment question. Since the stock pick question has already been taken, I wanted to throw out best Asset Class or Sector.
As I enter my thirties, I am starting to have more money than ideas. Besides that, asset valuations are pretty darned high, at least in US equities-- we are no longer in the dark ages of 2009 when dinosaurs roamed the earth, analysts walked uphill both ways to work, and equity wasat 12x earnings. The S&P 500 is at about 26 x earnings today, and small cap value isn't much cheaper than that. Treasury yields are up modestly since the election, but 2.4% on the 10-year still isn't anything to get excited about. A lot of stuff looks expensive, but there are probably still some great investments out there.
To help structure this, don't pick a specific security, but feel free to specify an asset class, a business opportunity, a commodity, a sector, a country, a currency, or a strategy (value, low vol, etc.) Try to explain the rationale behind your pick.
Non-traditional investments are particularly welcome, but we have to make this relevant for the typical Wall Street analyst or associate. So try to pick something with a minimum investment at or below $100K. That said, anything from buying a condo to a food truck to refinancing to a shorter term mortgage to putting money into an alternative investments fund is welcome.