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The AAII Journal

March 2011 Issue

Editor's Note »

Editor's Note

thumbnail for Editor's Note Are stock price movements random, or can you predict them? This is a question that is at the heart of a lot of investment theory debates. What you perceive as the correct answer plays a big a role in which investments you buy and which you don't.

 

Features »

Stock Price Movements Are Unpredictable

thumbnail for Stock Price Movements Are Unpredictable The author of "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" explains why investors should put at least the core of their portfolios in index funds.

 

Mutual Funds »

The Top Funds Over Five Years: Gold, Emerging Markets & Diversification Lead

thumbnail for The Top Funds Over Five Years: Gold, Emerging Markets &
Diversification Lead Gold and emerging market stock funds continued to deliver the best returns, though many bond categories also ranked high.

 

Bonds »

How Safe Are Municipal Bonds?

thumbnail for How Safe Are Municipal Bonds? The odds of default are low for municipal bonds, but investors do have to contend with interest rate, headline and new bond issuance risks.

 

AAII Model Portfolios »

Model Mutual Fund Portfolio: Revisiting Fund Selection Rules

thumbnail for Model Mutual Fund Portfolio: Revisiting Fund Selection Rules Revisiting Fund Selection Rules: Increased market volatility may require tweaking one of the fund selection rules used for this portfolio

 
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Stock Price Movements Are Unpredictable

The author of "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" explains why investors should put at least the core of their portfolios in index funds.


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