We’re bombarded daily with negative news headlines. The next time you need a break from all the negativity watch these two videos. They communicate that there’s a lot to be optimistic about.
The New York Times headline noted above said it all. Zweig published the successful investment newsletter “The Zweig Forecast” and served as chairman of Zweig-DiMenna Associates LLC a New York investment firm. He also published two books Winning on Wall Street and Winning with New IRAs.
When State Street’s Applied Center for Research recently asked retail investors what steps they needed to take over the next ten years to prepare for retirement the number one response (40 percent) was to becom
A trusted competent advisor must provide the knowledge and insight necessary to chart an investment course for his clients – as well as the discipline necessary to keep them invested when markets get choppy. Moving away from the nautical metaphors I recently heard an advisor’s role compared to a pedestrian bridge over an eight-lane highway.
I just read a really interesting article in Financial Advisor magazine “Don’t Fall in Love with One Player: Behavioral Finance Lessons from the NFL Draft” by Lorie Konish. She explores how Richard H.
You’ve probably heard a family member or a colleague complain about someone who “hears only what he wants to hear.” While being wedded to one’s opinions and ignoring new relevant information is human nature this trait can seriously jeopardize investment decisions.
The title of a new article on Knowledge@Wharton caught my eye: “If Index Funds Perform Better Why Are Actively Managed Funds More Popular?” Although multiple academic studies have found that index funds which seek to match the performance of a broad market sector consistently perform better t