Lifestyle Changes: Misconceptions About Life in Retirement

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   Managing Cash Flow in Retirement Intelligently planning for cash flow in retirement is critical, as poor planning may result in running out of money long before running out of life. The three elements that most significantly affect planning are the need for real, not…

 

Which Factors Are Most Important When Selecting Individual Stocks?

Factor investing came to the forefront in 1992 with Eugene Fama and Kenneth French’s paper “The Cross-Section of Expected Stock Returns.” A factor is a characteristic or set of characteristics common to a broad set of securities that both explains performance and provides a premium or above-market return. Factors deliver above-market returns because investors demand…