As low-cost investment options have continued to see inflows of assets from their more expensive counterparts, Wall Street has come up with new tactics to try to stem the tide. Over the long run, these tactics have underperformed a low-cost, diversified portfolio while the companies selling them have enjoyed significant profits. The latest tactic suggests that stocks and bonds alone no longer makes sense. Which would mean companies across the world need to stop making profits and investing in long-term growth. Joshua Brown of The Reformed Broker discusses this latest tactic in “Stocks and bonds aren’t good enough anymore” – Wall Street.