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May 1999 Issue

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International Diversification: Are the Benefits Dwindling?

thumbnail for International Diversification: Are the Benefits Dwindling? International Investing: In order for diversification to work, securities that make up a portfolio must have low correlations. Over time, the correlation between the S&P 500 and the dollar-based EAFE index has increased substantially.

 

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The Index Fund Advantage: Low-Cost Passive Investing

thumbnail for The Index Fund Advantage: Low-Cost Passive Investing Mutual Funds: Index funds are a plain-vanilla investment that offer disciplined individuals rock-bottom costs, tax efficiency, style consistency, and a chance to beat the majority of actively managed funds over the long haul.

 

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An Interview With Frederick Reynolds, Portfolio Manager, Reynolds Blue Chip Growth

thumbnail for An Interview With Frederick Reynolds, Portfolio Manager, Reynolds Blue Chip Growth Feature: A search for growth among the world's leading companies.

 

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Living Off Your Savings: Healthcare Issues in Retirement

thumbnail for Living Off Your Savings: Healthcare Issues in Retirement Portfolio Strategies: While no one can insure for all situations, retired couples can put together a cost-efficient package based on government and private programs to cover the most common healthcare scenaries.

 

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Analyzing the Brokerage Firms: A Look at On-Line Discounters

thumbnail for Analyzing the Brokerage Firms: A Look at On-Line Discounters Stock Analysis: Internet stocks are red-hot, and one group tied directly to the Internet is the on-line discount brokerage industry. How to analyze these firms as possible investment opportunities.

 

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Using Triangle Patterns to Determine Price Movement

thumbnail for Using Triangle Patterns to Determine Price Movement Technical Analysis: Over time, peaks and troughs on a price chart may narrow, forming a triangle pattern of two converging trendlines. How to read triangle patterns for possible clues to future price trends.

 

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Equity-Income Investing: Beware of Yield Overreaching

thumbnail for Equity-Income Investing: Beware of Yield Overreaching Income Stocks: An income-oriented equity paying a no-growth dividend carries the downside of a bond without a bond's income or principal guarantees. A steady dividend rate is not good enough; steady dividend growth should be your standard.

 
Cover Article »

International Diversification: Are the Benefits Dwindling?

International Investing: In order for diversification to work, securities that make up a portfolio must have low correlations. Over time, the correlation between the S&P 500 and the dollar-based EAFE index has increased substantially.

Cover Article »

The Index Fund Advantage: Low-Cost Passive Investing

Mutual Funds: Index funds are a plain-vanilla investment that offer disciplined individuals rock-bottom costs, tax efficiency, style consistency, and a chance to beat the majority of actively managed funds over the long haul.

Cover Article »

An Interview With Frederick Reynolds, Portfolio Manager, Reynolds Blue Chip Growth

Feature: A search for growth among the world's leading companies.

Cover Article »

Living Off Your Savings: Healthcare Issues in Retirement

Portfolio Strategies: While no one can insure for all situations, retired couples can put together a cost-efficient package based on government and private programs to cover the most common healthcare scenaries.

Cover Article »

Analyzing the Brokerage Firms: A Look at On-Line Discounters

Stock Analysis: Internet stocks are red-hot, and one group tied directly to the Internet is the on-line discount brokerage industry. How to analyze these firms as possible investment opportunities.

Cover Article »

Using Triangle Patterns to Determine Price Movement

Technical Analysis: Over time, peaks and troughs on a price chart may narrow, forming a triangle pattern of two converging trendlines. How to read triangle patterns for possible clues to future price trends.

Cover Article »

Equity-Income Investing: Beware of Yield Overreaching

Income Stocks: An income-oriented equity paying a no-growth dividend carries the downside of a bond without a bond's income or principal guarantees. A steady dividend rate is not good enough; steady dividend growth should be your standard.


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