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The AAII Journal

July 1998 Issue

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Blue-Chip Value Investing: The Dogs of the Dow

thumbnail for Blue-Chip Value Investing: The Dogs of the Dow Stock Analysis Workshop: The purely mechanical nature of the Dow Dogs approach forces strict investor discipline and requires no investment decision-making expertise.

 

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Open- and Closed-End Convertible Funds

thumbnail for Open- and Closed-End Convertible Funds Mutual Funds Workshop: Mutual funds that invest in convertibles are similar to balanced funds, but they tend to hold securities of smaller firms.

 

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Retirement Spending Rules: What Can Go Wrong?

thumbnail for Retirement Spending Rules: What Can Go Wrong? There are a number of approaches to determining how much savings a retiree can spend each year, but each has pitfalls. Recognizing the risks of your spending plan.

 

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Unusual Investments: A Look at Viatical Settlements

thumbnail for Unusual Investments: A Look at Viatical Settlements Feature: Viatical settlements--investments in the life insurance policies of the terminally ill--have received considerable publicity because of high potential returns, but they are complex and difficult to analyze.

 

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An Interview With Edward Keely, Portfolio Manager, Founders Growth Fund

thumbnail for An Interview With Edward Keely, Portfolio Manager, Founders Growth Fund Feature: A discussion with one fund manager who searches for growth among the large- and mid-caps stocks.

 

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Some Words of Caution for Investors in High-Tech Speculative Stocks

thumbnail for Some Words of Caution for Investors in High-Tech Speculative Stocks Opinion: A lack of funding prompts some developmental-stage companies to turn to variable convertible preferred stock issues, with a negative impact beyond what many investors would normally expect.

 

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Building Up your Savings by Controlling the Spending Habit

thumbnail for Building Up your Savings by Controlling the Spending Habit Financial Planning Column: Saving even a small amount today can have a big impact on future savings because of compounding. But it isn´t retroactive--you must save now to enjoy the benefits in the future.

 

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Different Perspectives: A Look at Charting Techniques

thumbnail for Different Perspectives: A Look at Charting Techniques Technical Analysis Column: Bar, point & figure, candlestick, and equivolume are all chart types that can offer different perspectives on a stock's price and volume trends.

 
Cover Article »

Blue-Chip Value Investing: The Dogs of the Dow

Stock Analysis Workshop: The purely mechanical nature of the Dow Dogs approach forces strict investor discipline and requires no investment decision-making expertise.

Cover Article »

Open- and Closed-End Convertible Funds

Mutual Funds Workshop: Mutual funds that invest in convertibles are similar to balanced funds, but they tend to hold securities of smaller firms.

Cover Article »

Retirement Spending Rules: What Can Go Wrong?

There are a number of approaches to determining how much savings a retiree can spend each year, but each has pitfalls. Recognizing the risks of your spending plan.

Cover Article »

Unusual Investments: A Look at Viatical Settlements

Feature: Viatical settlements--investments in the life insurance policies of the terminally ill--have received considerable publicity because of high potential returns, but they are complex and difficult to analyze.

Cover Article »

An Interview With Edward Keely, Portfolio Manager, Founders Growth Fund

Feature: A discussion with one fund manager who searches for growth among the large- and mid-caps stocks.

Cover Article »

Some Words of Caution for Investors in High-Tech Speculative Stocks

Opinion: A lack of funding prompts some developmental-stage companies to turn to variable convertible preferred stock issues, with a negative impact beyond what many investors would normally expect.

Cover Article »

Building Up your Savings by Controlling the Spending Habit

Financial Planning Column: Saving even a small amount today can have a big impact on future savings because of compounding. But it isn´t retroactive--you must save now to enjoy the benefits in the future.

Cover Article »

Different Perspectives: A Look at Charting Techniques

Technical Analysis Column: Bar, point & figure, candlestick, and equivolume are all chart types that can offer different perspectives on a stock's price and volume trends.


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