Market Resources

What to Do if the Bear Has Emerged From Its Hibernation

By Larry Swedroe
Director of Research, the BAM ALLIANCE

It seems like investors have had plenty to worry about…

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The Risk of Reacting

By C.J. Baxter

Many investors are feeling a little jittery these days, and rightfully so. We have had to deal…

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From the Sharpie of Carl Richards

By Carl Richards

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At the start of 2014, predictions of a market…

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Resources

The Million Dollar Question: "How Am I Doing?"

You may have seen the television ads that pose the big question: “What’s…

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What Do I Do With My Retirement Plan Accounts?

Overview: For those retiring soon, there are several options to consider when deciding how to handle assets saved in company-sponsored…

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It’s Important To Be Educated

Overview: The following are some key investing principles that investors should know.

 

The Importance of Education
It is…

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Wise Investing Blog

Do Rising Rates Spell Doom For REITs?

By Larry Swedroe:

As we have discussed many times, much of the conventional wisdom on investing is simply wrong. For our purposes, we can define conventional wisdom as those ideas that are so commonly accepted that they go unquestioned. Today, we'll look at the idea…

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The Long And Short Of The Low-Volatility Anomaly

By Larry Swedroe:

As far back as the early 1970s, research has shown that the lowest volatility stocks have provided better returns than the highest volatility stocks. These findings run counter to economic theory, resulting in the low-volatility anomaly. The academic research, combined with the…

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