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O’Neil’s CAN SLIM Screen
A growth stock approach that seeks companies whose stock prices are poised to rise due to favorable fundamental factors within the firm and industry.
The outcome of our portfolios depends in part on luck: the cumulative return of the securities or funds that are invested in and the sequence in which those returns occurred.
Proposed Rules for Brokers Working With Senior Investors
FINRA and the SEC have proposed a list of recommended steps brokers should incorporate into their procedures for working with seniors.
Financial Disruptions Alter Retirement Plans for Many
Job losses, bad investment decisions and other factors have resulted in decreased savings and potentially delayed or foregone retirement.
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The timing of positive and negative returns significantly impacts wealth, particularly if withdrawals are taken or other changes are made.
Not only have dividend-paying stocks realized higher long-term returns, they also tend to rise prior to and after an interest rate increase.
Aston/Fairpointe continues to have one of the highest long-term returns, while none of the competitors to our funds or ETFs justify making a change.
Earnings per share growth of at least 10% is key, but revenue growth also matters, according to the manager of the oldest growth stock mutual fund.
The AAII Investor Sentiment Survey measures members who are bullish, bearish, and neutral for the next six months.
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AAII Model Portfolios
Throughout the year, AAII updates you on the holdings, performance and investment strategy behind our research portfolios.
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Retirement Planning: Misconceptions About Life in Retirement
"Some people spend more time planning a two-week vacation than they do retirement planning."
Retirement is a passage from one lifestyle to another. One way to think of the term "retire" is by placing a hyphen between the 'e' and the 't' and creating a new term—re-tire: To put on new treads.
Those who take the voyage seriously and do the right kind of retirement planning usually have a smoother trip and more fun.
Discussions with seasoned retirees indicate that there are many myths and misconceptions about retirement. Often you will hear these myths stated as fact. Here are some of the most common ones.Read More »