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Without the guidance of an advisor, the self-medicating investor might overreact to short-term market volatility by selling some of their investments.
When international stock returns lag, investors may feel tempted to double down on their home market. Historical data suggests the long-term benefits of diversifying globally.
We should first understand the connection between the price you pay and the return you expect to receive.
The notion that sellers can outnumber buyers on down days doesn’t make sense. The number of buyers must always equal the number of seller. What the newscasters should say, of course, is that prices adjusted lower because would-be buyers weren’t prepared to pay the former price.
To say that “money isn’t everything” is more than a cliché. Studies in the early 1970s demonstrated that a sense of well-being, or happiness, had not increased commensurately with income over the previous half century.1 That trend continues as the mode …
The path to success in many areas of life is paved with continual hard work, intense activity, and a day-to-day focus on results. However, for many investors who adopt this approach to managing their wealth, that can be turned upside down.
For investors, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the relentless stream of news about markets. Having an advisor help you tune it out will improve your results.
US market returns and a variety of interest rates and found the empirical relation has been weak and noisy.
PowerPoint slides feature quarterly performance of the global equity and fixed income markets. Updated for Q1 2017.
What is it, and what does it mean to you? Learn about this highly disciplined approach to investment management.
I always enjoy Weston Wellington’s look at what the press has to say about the markets. His articles for Dimensional Fund Advisors are usually lighthearted and very easy to read. In his “A_Look_Back_at_2016_US” article, he reminds us that not many knew …
Welcome to the next installment in our series of Joss Financial Group’s EB Investing Insights: Our Own Worst Investing Enemy. In our last piece, “What Has Evidence-Based Investing Done for Me Lately?” we wrapped up our conversation about ways to employ …