Video – Risk and Reward in Investing

Month: June 2014

June 30, 2014  |  

Video – Risk and Reward in Investing

As a follow-up to last week’s post on risk and return, today we present a brief, but informative video on investing fundamentals.  This lesson reminds us where to focus our efforts for maximum impact on long-term portfolio performance. The temptation when starting out as an investor is to find that “One Hot Stock”, “The Next Big IPO”, or to convince ourselves that we can “Predict The Future” better […]

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June 27, 2014  |  

Investing Fundamentals – Risk and Return

Risk and Return Tilting your portfolio to gain exposure to stocks with higher expected returns is a sound investment strategy. Key Takeaways In theory, well-established large stocks and high-flying growth stocks would seem to deliver superior returns to investors. Not so. Research shows that over time small stocks and value stocks outperform large cap stocks […]

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June 10, 2014  |  

Thoughts on Raising Financially Responsible Children

Teaching financial responsibility to children is a great way to provide them with knowledge and experience that will help them grow into financially stable adults.  Our first lessons about money come from our parents and they set the frame-work for the critical lessons and behaviors to promote healthy money attitudes and habits in children. Lessons […]

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June 3, 2014  |  

Market correction call? Don’t be fooled again

Key Takeaways Research shows that even professional investors can’t reliably predict the market. The good news is that successful long-term investors don’t need to make heroic market calls or engage in frequent trading– something the financial media doesn’t want you to know. Select an asset allocation that’s appropriate for your personal financial goals. Implement that […]