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A common behavioral error occurred this week: Many people thought they could increase their odds of winning the $587.5 million Powerball jackpot by purchasing more than one ticket. On the surface, the logic makes sense. Buy two tickets instead of one and you double your odds. Buy...

Date: Thursday, December 6, 2012 Topic: Planning For Income and Estate Tax For 2012 and Beyond: Is It Possible? Speaker: Todd J. Koch, CPA, MBT, CFP, Partner, John A. Knutson & Co., PLLP There was a time when major income tax and estate tax changes happened infrequently. Now...

Bullish sentiment registered above 40% for the first time since August 23, 2012 in the latest AAII Sentiment Survey. Bearish sentiment continues to stay above its historical average, however. Bullish sentiment, expectations that stock prices will rise over the next six months,...

How much of your portfolio should be invested in stocks if you are a retiree living off of your retirement savings? The answer depends on how closely you fit the typical “mold.” At first blush, there would appear to be a fair amount of disagreement among the “experts”...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why Patterson Companies (PDCO) is his “Sell of the Week” on the MoneyLife Radio Program. MoneyLife is a daily personal finance show that sorts through the financial clutter to bring you the information...

This week’s AAII Weekly Features has been updated. View this week’s Top AAII Articles, Featured Stock Screen and Member Question. Read more »  ...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why Aflac (AFL) is his “Buy of the Week” on the MoneyLife Radio Program. MoneyLife is a daily personal finance show that sorts through the financial clutter to bring you the information you need to lead...

Back in 1993, a curious thought crossed my mind while analyzing the federal regulations that were new at the time. Mutual funds were permitted to report investment returns for one, three, five and 10 years (“alpha”), but how many investors actually kept their investments unchanged...