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Individual investors ended 2015 with their largest bond exposure since last January, according to the December AAII Asset Allocation Survey. Equity and cash allocations were both slightly down. Stock and stock fund allocations declined by 0.2 percentage points to 65.3%. The change...

A part of the process for managing your finances that is easy to overlook is protecting your digital assets. Not your online persona (e.g., “Fly Fishing Bill”), but your records, statements, passwords, etc. Computer viruses, malware and identity theft are certainly...

October’s Asset Allocation Survey special question asked AAII members why they are or are not allocating to international markets. Nearly a third of all respondents (32%) said they are not allocating to international markets. Many of these individual investors thought U.S....

In a reversal of  the prior month, equity allocations among individual investors rose and cash allocations fell in October, according to the latest AAII Asset Allocation Survey. Fixed-income allocations rose slightly. Stock and stock fund allocations rebounded by 1.1 percentage...

Cash may be king, but ThinkAdvisor reported that a BlackRock’s latest Global Investor Pulse survey finds that Americans may be holding too much cash in their retirement accounts. The survey found that Americans are holding 65% of their net worth in cash instruments. What are the...