June 2013 Issue
Editor's Note »
A look at what's in the June 2013 AAII Journal.
Presidential terms, the calendar month and a basket of January indicators give insight into market direction.
Stock Strategies »
The Yale economics professor explains why he looks at 10 years of earnings and the importance of factoring in inflation when valuing assets.
Mutual Funds »
Following the 2008 financial crisis, there has been debate about how much regulatory change is needed, including whether floating net asset values should be required.
Member News »
Our annual update on AAII programs and services.
Stock Screens »
Portfolio manager Lowell Miller says the best dividend stocks combine growth, reasonable valuations, financial strength and price momentum.
Trading Strategies »
Both optimism and pessimism have had periods where they have stayed at high levels; low levels of optimism have had the highest correlation with market reversals.
Retired Investor »
Determining when to change from the 4% withdrawal rule to the RMD depends in part on your age and the types of retirement accounts you own.
- Briefly Noted
Current news items of interest to individual investors.
Member questions and comments on recent AAII Journal articles.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” proclaimed philosopher George Santayana. I believe that “those who study market history are bound to profit from it.”
Below you can view the complete archives of each AAII Journal topic.