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Feature Article » Birth of an Idea: How AAII Got Started by John Bajkowski , Charles Rotblut, CFA and James B. Cloonan James Cloonan shares what led him to start AAII, along with the inside story of AAII’s Model Shadow Stock Portfolio. Features » Media Talk About James Cloonan...

Feature Article » Stock Strategies Stock Market Retreats and Recoveries by Sam Stovall Only six months, on average, have separated the end of one decline and the start of the next one, but recoveries have been quick. AAII InvestoGraphic » Stock Market Volatility by AAII Staff Large-company...

Feature Article » Exchange-Traded Funds Technology Takes Over the Top-Performing ETF List by Jaclyn N. McClellan Two semiconductor funds help put technology on top, though last year’s dominant sector, health care, maintained a presence. Portfolio Strategies » Minimizing Taxes...

If you haven’t visited AAII.com recently, please take some time today to see what the website offers. Plenty of helpful resources are available at your fingertips to aid you in the investment process. For over 20 years, the AAII Model Shadow Stock Portfolio has reflected the investment...

We’ve recently added bonus audio of FactSet’s Elisabeth Kashner giving guidance on building a portfolio of ETFs. She also shares the biggest lesson she’s learned over the course of her career. If you haven’t read the full interview with Elisabeth in this month’s AAII Journal,...

If you haven’t visited AAII.com recently, please take some time today to see what the website offers. Plenty of helpful resources are available at your fingertips to aid you in the investment process. The exchange-traded fund industry is continuing to experience strong growth,...

  Feature Article: Exchange Traded Funds » The Individual Investor’s Guide to Exchange-Traded Funds 2017 Detailed return information and data on more than 500 exchange-traded products, including an overview of the ETF industry. Exchange-Traded Funds » The Four Groups...

Feature: Portfolio Strategies » Solving the Problem of Retirement by Paul Merriman Retirement places potentially unlimited demands on finite savings, but there are three actions investors can take to mitigate the problem. Stock Strategies » Three Value-Investing Benchmarks by...

Feature » Piotroski Price-to-Book Screen by John Bajkowski The ranking system’s highest scores work well for high price-to-book stocks, but F-Scores of 6 to 7 work better for low price-to-book stocks. Financial Statements » Using Accruals to Judge How Persistent Earnings Will...

Feature Article: When You Haven’t Saved Enough for Retirement Saving more, working longer, delaying the claiming of Social Security benefits and tapping home equity can all help fund retirement. by Charles Rotblut, CFA In This Issue: Stock Strategies » What Is Your Investing...