How Likely Is It You’ll Outlive Your Investment Portfolio?

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles: 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. William “Bill” Bernstein is a neurologist, co-founder of the investment firm Efficient Frontier Advisors and the…

 

Majority of Investors Avoid Active ETFs, Citing Lack of Knowledge & Fees as Primary Factors

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are growing in popularity, as they combine thr best characteristics of both stocks and traditional mutual funds into a singular investment vehicle. Generally speaking, four of the key advantages of ETFs over mutual funds are: Tax-Friendly Investing – Unlike mutual funds, ETFs are very tax-efficient. Mutual funds typically have capital gain payouts at…