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The AAII Journal

January 2014 Issue

Editor's Note »

Editor's Note

thumbnail for Editor's Note The first issue of the AAII Journal was published 35 years ago.

 

Beginning Investor »

Determining How Much to Allocate to Each Investment

thumbnail for Determining How Much to Allocate to Each Investment Allocate by the percentage of portfolio dollars, not by the number of shares.

 

Stock Strategies »

Exploiting the Relative Outperformance of Small-Cap Stocks

Small-cap stocks outperform large-cap stocks during periods of economic expansion and can deliver excess returns when a sector rotation strategy is used.

 

Trading Strategies »

To Trend or Not to Trend

Price action is related to and influenced by the technical landscape of the charts, but looking at additional factors, including the fundamentals, can provide added insight.

 

Insurance Products »

Long-Term Care of Your Personal Finances

Long-term care covers the costs of assistance with daily living activities and can protect your financial stability. Pay attention to a policy’s condition triggers and elimination periods.

 

Insurance Products »

Life Insurance Cash Value: A Practical Discussion

Borrowing against or withdrawing the cash value of a policy will reduce the death benefit and could put the policy at risk of lapsing.

 

AAII Model Portfolios »

Model Shadow Stock Portfolio: Purchase Guidelines and Rule Changes

thumbnail for Model Shadow Stock Portfolio: Purchase Guidelines and Rule Changes Guidelines regarding price action and news are discussed, as well as a higher market capitalization limit and the latest portfolio changes.

 

Stock Screens »

2013 Stock Screens Review: The Year of the Bulls

thumbnail for 2013 Stock Screens Review: The Year of the Bulls More than 40 of the 65 screens tracked on AAII.com beat the S&P 500 last year. Plus, two new risk measures are presented.

 
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