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A new stock screen I created omits one characteristic that may surprise some (or perhaps many) of you: growth. Nothing in the screen requires a passing company to be growing revenues or profits. It is an admitted deviation from how I’ve previously looked for stocks. I’m not...

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles: Going From Stock Screen to Real Portfolio Today, quantitative stock-picking screens are just about everywhere. A few clicks on any of a myriad of financial websites, and you’ve got it....

Here are the Top 10 articles from AAII.com for April 2016 (based on unique page views): The Top 10 Economic Indicators: What to Watch and Why Everyone wants to keep a pulse on the economy, but no one wants to wade through the massive volume of statistics. A look at the top 10...

This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles: Methods for Valuing a Stock Based on Profitability and Growth: By using different valuation methods, a range can be established for determining whether a stock is cheap or expensive. Retirement Readiness...

This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles: The Changes to Social Security Claiming Strategies: Couples will no longer be able to use file and suspend and restricted applications, increasing the importance of considering each spouse’s longevity. The...

This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles: AAII Stock Screens 2015 Review: Small-Cap Wins During a Large-Cap Year: In a year dominated by large-cap stocks, a small-cap approach broke through to lead the pack. Revised Guidance on Following the Model...

With about five weeks left to go in 2015, now is a good time to give your tax situation a review. You will have enough time to take any desired action if you analyze your taxes now. You’ll also have the ability to start planning for 2016. A good place to start is to look at your...

Investing is not always easy. A great deal of evidence supports the notion that over the long term, stocks of smaller companies tend to have greater returns than those of larger companies. To realize those higher long-term gains, however, you have to be willing to expect some periods...

This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles: The Model Shadow Stock Portfolio’s Long-Term Performance Understanding What Bond Market Liquidity Means for Your Portfolio Using Rational Value to Judge a Stock’s Worth Finding Bargains Among...