The AAII Journal

July 1996 Issue

Asset Allocation »

Strategies for Married Couples: How to Coordinate Your Plans

Most people think of their 401(k) plans allocations in isolation. But for married couples, it may be better to "marry" your allocation strategies as well. A look at the coordinated approach to retirement investing.

 

Financial Planning »

Lifestyle Changes: Myths and Misconceptions About Life in Retirement

thumbnail for Lifestyle Changes: Myths and Misconceptions About Life in Retirement Knowing what to expect and what not to expect as you enter retirement can ease this major lifestyle transition. Debunking the myths of retirement.

 

Features »

Bad Timing and Long-Term Investing

thumbnail for Bad Timing and Long-Term Investing Investment Research: Good returns can still come out of bad timing decisions if an investor sticks to a long-term buy-and-hold investment program. The earlier an investor is in the market, the better.

 

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Small Company Stocks

thumbnail for Small Company Stocks Reference: Where to look for financial information regarding small company stocks.

 

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An Interview With Harold J. Levy, Portfolio Manager, First Eagle Fund of America

thumbnail for An Interview With Harold J. Levy, Portfolio Manager, First Eagle Fund of America Feature: A value approach that analyzes stock as if buying the business.

 

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An Expanded Portfolio View Includes Real Estate and Human Capital

thumbnail for An Expanded Portfolio View Includes Real Estate and Human Capital Feature: When should your asset allocation differ from the "norm"? An expanded portfolio view can help provide the answer.

 

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CAN SLIM: A Growth Approach Using Technical and Fundamental Data

thumbnail for CAN SLIM: A Growth Approach Using Technical and Fundamental Data Stock Analysis Workshop: William O'Neil's CAN SILM approach to stock selection combines fundamental and technical factors in a search for growth.

 

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Young Couples: Developing a Coordinated Approach to Savings

thumbnail for Young Couples: Developing a Coordinated Approach to Savings Portfolio Strategies Workshop: Conflicts can arise when a couple realizes their separate retirement plans won't lead to a coherent strategy at retirement. Meshing plans into one approach.

 

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Fixed-income Investing: An Objective Look at High-Yield Bond Funds

thumbnail for Fixed-income Investing: An Objective Look at High-Yield Bond Funds Mutual Funds Column: Understanding the factors that affect high-yield bond funds can help you decide if these volatile funds belong in your investment portfolio.

 

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Pattern Analysis: Using Triangles to Spot Trends in Low-Priced Stocks

thumbnail for Pattern Analysis: Using Triangles to Spot Trends in Low-Priced Stocks Technical Analysis Column: Analyzing patterns in stock price movement can reveal potential buying and selling opportunities. Using triangles to judge patterns in low-priced stocks.

 

Features »

Lifestyle Changes: Myths and Misconceptions About Life in Retirement

thumbnail for Lifestyle Changes: Myths and Misconceptions About Life in Retirement Financial Planning Column: Knowing what to expect and what not to expect as you enter retirement can ease this major lifestyle transition. Debunking the myths of retirement.

 

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For Chronic Fundaholics: Becoming Your Own Stock Portfolio Manager

thumbnail for For Chronic Fundaholics: Becoming Your Own Stock Portfolio Manager A Matter of Opinion: There are numerous individuals who could earn for themselves that 1% to 2% advisory fee they are paying to someone else in a mutual fund.

 
Cover Article »

Bad Timing and Long-Term Investing

Investment Research: Good returns can still come out of bad timing decisions if an investor sticks to a long-term buy-and-hold investment program. The earlier an investor is in the market, the better.

Cover Article »

Small Company Stocks

Reference: Where to look for financial information regarding small company stocks.

Cover Article »

An Interview With Harold J. Levy, Portfolio Manager, First Eagle Fund of America

Feature: A value approach that analyzes stock as if buying the business.

Cover Article »

An Expanded Portfolio View Includes Real Estate and Human Capital

Feature: When should your asset allocation differ from the "norm"? An expanded portfolio view can help provide the answer.

Cover Article »

CAN SLIM: A Growth Approach Using Technical and Fundamental Data

Stock Analysis Workshop: William O'Neil's CAN SILM approach to stock selection combines fundamental and technical factors in a search for growth.

Cover Article »

Young Couples: Developing a Coordinated Approach to Savings

Portfolio Strategies Workshop: Conflicts can arise when a couple realizes their separate retirement plans won't lead to a coherent strategy at retirement. Meshing plans into one approach.

Cover Article »

Fixed-income Investing: An Objective Look at High-Yield Bond Funds

Mutual Funds Column: Understanding the factors that affect high-yield bond funds can help you decide if these volatile funds belong in your investment portfolio.

Cover Article »

Pattern Analysis: Using Triangles to Spot Trends in Low-Priced Stocks

Technical Analysis Column: Analyzing patterns in stock price movement can reveal potential buying and selling opportunities. Using triangles to judge patterns in low-priced stocks.

Cover Article »

Lifestyle Changes: Myths and Misconceptions About Life in Retirement

Financial Planning Column: Knowing what to expect and what not to expect as you enter retirement can ease this major lifestyle transition. Debunking the myths of retirement.

Cover Article »

For Chronic Fundaholics: Becoming Your Own Stock Portfolio Manager

A Matter of Opinion: There are numerous individuals who could earn for themselves that 1% to 2% advisory fee they are paying to someone else in a mutual fund.


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