The September 2016 AAII Journal is
Feature Article: The Top ETFs Over Five Years: Health Care Loses Some Ground
- Six of the 10 top-performing ETFs are from the health care category; homebuilding, consumer staples and bond funds are also on the list.
Also in This Issue:
- Portfolio Strategies: Investing to Avoid the Consequences of Being Wrong
Retirees should only risk the savings they don’t need; young investors should allocate as much to stocks as their risk tolerance allows.
- First Cut: Value Stocks With Upward Estimate Revisions
These 16 stocks are profitable, have low price-earnings ratios and have rising earnings estimates.
- Stock Strategies: Why Value Beats Growth: A Brief Explanation
Value stocks perform better because the markets are not perfectly efficient and investors overpay for growth.
- Behavioral Finance: The Sound of Silence: Speaking to the Heart of Money Management
Discussing our attitudes toward money can result in healthier relationships and leave a better, lasting legacy with our heirs.
- Behavioral Finance: The Traits and Processes That Lead to Better Forecasts
Tetlock’s analysis of forecasting tournaments found that the best forecasters are open-minded and able to distinguish between many degrees of uncertainty.
Answering questions about Jim Cloonan’s new Level3 Passive Portfolio, clarification on the IRA rollover rules, and a comment on corporate cash.
- Briefly Noted