The AAII Journal

June 2015 Issue

Editor's Note »

Editor's Note

thumbnail for Editor's Note A new study proposes that there may be a single psychological mechanism influencing how regret influences trading decisions.

 

Features »

Understanding Asset Bubbles and How to React to Them

thumbnail for Understanding Asset Bubbles and How to React to Them Bubbles are based on stories, and the stories always change. Nonetheless, diversification and common sense can help protect you.

 

Portfolio Strategies »

Building a Balanced Portfolio: An Unconventional Allocation

thumbnail for Building a Balanced Portfolio: An Unconventional Allocation A four-asset-class portfolio weighted by volatility performs as well as a traditional 60/40 portfolio, but with less volatility.

 

Stock Strategies »

The Power of Compounded Growth and Reinvested Dividends

A high starting dividend, sustainable dividend growth and dividend reinvestment can result in a large yield on original investment (YOI).

 

Member News »

Member News 2015

thumbnail for Member News 2015 Our annual member update highlights AAII's email services and the keynote speakers for this year's Investor Conference, along with presenting our yearly financial summary, special member benefits, and academic research awards.

 

Stock Strategies »

Mistakes Must Serve a Purpose: Some Early Lessons

The founder and chairman of Tocqueville Asset Management shares the lessons learned from some of his biggest investing blunders.

 

Financial Statements »

Using Book Value to Judge a Stock’s Worth

thumbnail for Using Book Value to Judge a Stock’s Worth The price-to-book-value ratio is a popular valuation measure among value investors, though most combine it with additional indicators.

 

Stock Screens »

Revising the MAGNET Screens

thumbnail for Revising the MAGNET Screens A focus on strong sales growth remains, but the addition of new criteria and changes to existing criteria enable the screens to find more stocks.

 

Retired Investor »

Stocks: An Underappreciated Asset Class in Retiree Portfolios

Even in retirement, it is important to maintain a large allocation to stocks.

 
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Cover Articles »

Understanding Asset Bubbles and How to React to Them

Bubbles are based on stories, and the stories always change. Nonetheless, diversification and common sense can help protect you.


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