Benjamin Graham has been called the father of value investing and is considered by many to be one of the most successful investors of all time. It’s good reason then that his stock selection methodology has been mimicked by other successful investors such as Warren Buffett. This article distills Graham’s philosophy into a few key concepts.
AAII’s annual review of its stock screening strategies. The Stock Ideas area of AAII.com currently tracks over 60 different stock selection strategies and this annual review highlights top performers from 2017 as well as those screens and underlying selection criteria that have shown strong long-term prospects.
AAII founder James Cloonan, in his last Model Portfolio update column, discusses the latest changes he made to the Model Shadow Stock Portfolio as well as some key portfolio management rules changes.
While we don’t like to admit to our mistakes, they can serve as valuable teaching moments to learn from. This is especially true when it comes to investing. This blog post highlights some of the lessons Francois Sicart, founder and chairman of Tocqueville Management Corporation, has learned throughout his years of investing.
Our Member Question for this week is:
How likely are you to use a mobile trading app this year?
Vote to answer this week’s Special Question: What is the biggest attraction and the biggest turnoff to using mobile apps for financial transactions such as placing trades, performing banking transactions, etc.?
Last Week’s Results:
What do you think is the primary force behind the strong stock market performance to start the new year?
Poll results are as of 9 a.m. (Central) on Monday. 3,899 respondents.
The stock market has roared out of the gate to start 2018. Our readers weigh in on what they think is powering stocks and whether the fast start to the year has changed their outlook on the rest of the year.
One of the biggest difficulties for individuals interested in investing in stocks is getting started. This AAII e-book provides a general outline for analyzing stocks and walks through the process as it is practically applied to specific types of investment approaches. It first describes, in very broad terms, the basic process that is followed in fundamental analysis. It then goes into the various steps in more detail and shows how they can be adapted and practically applied to an individual’s specific approach using commonly found information sources.