October 2011 Issue
Editor's Note »
Investing ultimately comes down to math. How much do you need to save? How long will your savings last once you start taking withdrawals?
The answers can all be determined by running mathematical formulas.
Financial Planning »
Magic numbers are used in shortcuts that help you calculate portfolio growth, how long your savings will last and how much you can withdraw.
Beginning Investor »
Developments that impact the long-term attractiveness of an investment are more important to monitor than merely performance alone.
Stock Strategies »
Going overseas for income can give exposure to stronger dividend growth. This fund manager explains what to look for when analyzing Asian stocks.
First Cut »
A starting point for investors. This issue’s focus is on finding companies with high levels of net cash per share relative to their share prices.
Trading Strategies »
Successful investing requires a disciplined approach to stock selection, buying, selling and portfolio management.
Utilizing a bond ladder while paying attention to the yield curve can help you create a portfolio for achieving your financial goals
Stock Screens »
Potential future winning stocks have nine characteristics, according to Marc Reinganum. This strategy finds such stocks.
AAII Model Portfolios »
High levels of volatility caused the portfolio to show a year-to-date loss at the end of August. Read about the latest changes and see James’ latest commentary.
- Briefly Noted
Current news items of interest to individual investors.
Member questions and comments on recent AAII Journal articles.
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