The AAII Journal

May 2000 Issue

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The Internet and Its Impact on Investing in Collectibles

thumbnail for The Internet and Its Impact on Investing in Collectibles Opinion: Investors face high transaction costs to invest in art and other collectibles. The Internet, however, has introduced the possibility of reducing these costs for many collectibles, and this change may migrate even to very expensive areas.

 

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What You Need to Know About Closed-End Taxable Bond Funds

thumbnail for What You Need to Know About Closed-End Taxable Bond Funds Mutual Funds: Closed-end bond funds have a stock dimension in addition to their income attributes--their stock prices fluctuate with changes in sentiment. Astute investors profit from this while collecting income.

 

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Analyzing Internet Stocks: Cash Flow and the Burn Rate

thumbnail for Analyzing Internet Stocks: Cash Flow and the Burn Rate Stock Screening: The analysis of a company's cash position and its free cash flow helps to reveal whether it is self-sustaining and provides an indication of the need for future financing. As an investor, be careful around a firm with a high burn rate.

 

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A Look at Roth IRA Conversions and Other Taxing Issues

thumbnail for A Look at Roth IRA Conversions and Other Taxing Issues Portfolio Strategies: Which type of plan offers the best tax benefits for retirement savings: the deductible IRA, the Roth IRA or a 401(k) with matching contributions? Some simple math models to shed light on these complex issues.

 

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An Interview With David Brady, Portfolio Manager, Stein Roe Young Investor Fund

thumbnail for An Interview With David Brady, Portfolio Manager, Stein Roe Young Investor Fund Feature: Lessons from a professional using an educational approach to invest in growth companies.

 

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Speculating vs. Investing in the Current Market Environment

thumbnail for Speculating vs. Investing in the Current Market Environment Stock Selection Strategies: It takes discipline to leave the game while it's still so much fun. But if you are able to do so, you can find a surprising array of growth opportunities while assuming greatly reduced risk.

 

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Measuring Internal Strength: Wilder's RSI Indicator

thumbnail for Measuring Internal Strength: Wilder's RSI Indicator Technical Analysis: Wilder's relative strength index measures a stock's price relative to itself over time. Its popularity lies in its versatility in identifying market extremes and illustrating points of divergence that may signal a reversal of trend.

 
Cover Article »

The Internet and Its Impact on Investing in Collectibles

Opinion: Investors face high transaction costs to invest in art and other collectibles. The Internet, however, has introduced the possibility of reducing these costs for many collectibles, and this change may migrate even to very expensive areas.

Cover Article »

What You Need to Know About Closed-End Taxable Bond Funds

Mutual Funds: Closed-end bond funds have a stock dimension in addition to their income attributes--their stock prices fluctuate with changes in sentiment. Astute investors profit from this while collecting income.

Cover Article »

Analyzing Internet Stocks: Cash Flow and the Burn Rate

Stock Screening: The analysis of a company's cash position and its free cash flow helps to reveal whether it is self-sustaining and provides an indication of the need for future financing. As an investor, be careful around a firm with a high burn rate.

Cover Article »

A Look at Roth IRA Conversions and Other Taxing Issues

Portfolio Strategies: Which type of plan offers the best tax benefits for retirement savings: the deductible IRA, the Roth IRA or a 401(k) with matching contributions? Some simple math models to shed light on these complex issues.

Cover Article »

An Interview With David Brady, Portfolio Manager, Stein Roe Young Investor Fund

Feature: Lessons from a professional using an educational approach to invest in growth companies.

Cover Article »

Speculating vs. Investing in the Current Market Environment

Stock Selection Strategies: It takes discipline to leave the game while it's still so much fun. But if you are able to do so, you can find a surprising array of growth opportunities while assuming greatly reduced risk.

Cover Article »

Measuring Internal Strength: Wilder's RSI Indicator

Technical Analysis: Wilder's relative strength index measures a stock's price relative to itself over time. Its popularity lies in its versatility in identifying market extremes and illustrating points of divergence that may signal a reversal of trend.


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