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Loss aversion may cause some investors to make portfolio decisions based primarily on the tax consequences instead of on strategies intended to provide a long-term benefit. The short-term pain of tax payment is felt more than the future pain of the increased volatility stemming...

Neutral sentiment is at highest level since December 22, 2011 in the latest AAII Sentiment Survey. The rise in neutral sentiment is occurring as both short-term optimism and pessimism are falling among individual investors. Bullish sentiment, expectations that stock prices will...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut Editor explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why Goodyear Tire & Rubber (GT) 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...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut explains to Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch why Eli Lilly (LLY) 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...

Cash allocations reached a 16-month high in March, according to the latest AAII Asset Allocation Survey. Individual investors pulled money from both equities and bonds last month. Allocations to stocks and stock funds fell 3.0 percentage points to 59.5% in March. During the past...