AAII’s Top 10 Articles for November 2015


Here are the Top 10 articles from AAII for November 2015 (based on page views):

Without an easy-to-explain investment philosophy, you run the risk of chasing one investment fad to the next, losing the money along the way. Here are 10 questions that will help you determine that your personal investing philosophy should be.

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With interest rates poised to rise, here are some suggestions on how to put together a portfolio of bonds to take advantage of the current low-interest-rate environment and expectations of rising rates.

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While diversification is a key tenet of investing, complexity doesn’t ensure superior returns. This article presents research showing that you aren’t sacrificing much return, or taking on too much risk, with a simplified allocation strategy with a limited number of asset classes.

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An overview of David Dreman’s stock selection methodology that seeks to capitalize on investors’ irrationality by seeking stocks that are out of favor with the market and avoiding stocks that are in the spotlight and carry high expectations.

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Answering the question of how much money you need to start investing by taking into account how much money you have available to invest and the costs of  building a diversified portfolio.

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With the latest changes to the Social Security rules, couples are running out of time to take advantage of some popular Social Security strategies.

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Steps young investors can follow to increase their odds of achieving their financial goals. This includes starting as young as possible, building a unique portfolio, and taking steps to keep their emotions in check.

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Earnings help investors judge a company’s bottom line and often form the basis for determining the company’s true value or worth. However, with the litany of terms used today, it is easy to get confused. This article will walk you through some of the more commonly-used earnings figures and explain the adjustments and assumptions built into them.

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Before you seek the services of a financial adviser, here are some guidelines to help you select one.

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Understanding the tax implications of common corporate decisions.

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