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The AAII Journal

January 2004 Issue

Stock Strategies »

How Conference Calls Can Help Investors Read the Tea Leaves

Today, nearly all corporate conference calls are open to the public, and you can obtain the same unfiltered information as the institutions. How to tune in.

 

Stock Strategies »

When to Sell and Nail Down Your Profits--While You Still Have Them

When you go through a complete market cycle, your real objective is to nail down as much of the profits you've built as possible. Proven sell rules to follow so you can keep your profits.

 

AAII Model Portfolios »

What's UP? AAII's Shadow Stock Portfolio

thumbnail for What's UP? AAII's Shadow Stock Portfolio A strong close to last year bodes well for 2004: A performance and composition update on the AAII Shadow Stock Portfolio.

 

Mutual Funds »

Scandal! What Should You Do With Your Funds?

thumbnail for Scandal! What Should You Do With Your Funds? What should individual investors do in the face of news stories concerning legal and moral failures within the mutual fund industry? Steps you should take with your mutual funds.

 

Portfolio Manager Interview »

An Interview With Brian Rogers, Portfolio Manager, T. Rowe Price Equity Income F

A fund manager who focuses on dividend yield discusses his strategy and the impact of the reduced tax rates for dividend income and capital gains.

 

Stock Screens »

Winners and Losers in the 2003 Performance Race

thumbnail for Winners and Losers in the 2003 Performance Race The Piotroski small-cap value approach and the Zweig growth and value strategy are the two big winners in AAII's annual comparison of major stock screenig strategies tracked on AAII.com.

 

Portfolio Strategies »

Makeover for a Bear-Mauled Portfolio: How to Create a Winning Game Plan

thumbnail for Makeover for a Bear-Mauled Portfolio: How to Create a Winning Game Plan By the time the Edwards' decided they needed a makeover, the bear market had eaten up 53% of their original investment. A portfolio makeover defused their ticking time-bomb and provides important lessons for other investors.

 
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