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- Price-to-Free-Cash-Flow Screen
- On the Bookshelf
- Letters to the Editor
- How Ratings Affect Bond Valuations
- An exploration of the basics of cash flow analysis and implementing the price-to-free-cash-flow ratio into a stock screen.
- “The Elements of Investing: Easy Lessons for Every Investor” and “Investment Discipline: Making Errors Is OK, Repeating Errors Is Not OK” are reviewed. Find out what we thought of the books.
- AAII members comment on recent articles about rebalancing, retirement withdrawal rates and stock liquidity.
- Credit ratings indicate the probability that debt will not be repaid on time in full. Though ratings changes can impact bond prices, interest rate changes have a bigger impact.
Top AAII Articles
Charles Rotblut, CFA
A portfolio that could have been duplicated by investors is used to demonstrate how to take withdrawals and the potential pitfalls that are encountered.
Hildy Richelson and Stan Richelson
Starting a bond ladder creates income now and produces cash flow that can be used to reinvest if and when interest rates do rise.
A qualitative assessment of financial data reveals more about a company than what can be gleaned from the financial statements alone.
Performance data for the model portfolios is now updated through the end of April.
The AAII Investor Sentiment Survey measures members who are bullish, bearish, and neutral for the next six months.
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AAII Local Chapters offer investment education to members in a "person to person" social setting located in your own community.
Recent meetings have included:
Maria Crawford Scott, Former editor, AAII Journal "Today's Investment Outlook"
Sam Stovall, Chief investment strategist, S&P Equity Research Services
"The Importance of Tax Diversification: What You Need to Know"
Christine Fahlund, senior financial planner, T. Rowe Price, Inc.
Retirement Planning: Misconceptions About Life in Retirement
"Some people spend more time planning a two-week vacation than they do retirement planning."—Anonymous
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 »