The AAII Journal
July 1996 Issue
Asset Allocation »
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.
Reference: Where to look for financial information regarding small company stocks.
Feature: A value approach that analyzes stock as if buying the business.
Feature: When should your asset allocation differ from the "norm"? An expanded portfolio view can help provide the answer.
Stock Analysis Workshop: William O'Neil's CAN SILM approach to stock selection combines fundamental and technical factors in a search for growth.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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