Most-Read Posts for November 2016

Here are the most-read AAII Blog posts for November 2016: Lowell Miller’s Best Dividend Screen A low-interest rate environment has helped to fuel a run-up in the prices of dividend-paying stocks. Equity-income investing is once again fashionable, but some investment advisers have always preached the long-term benefits of investing in dividend-paying stocks. Lowell Miller is known…

 

William O’Neil’s CAN SLIM Approach to Selecting Growth Stocks

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   William O’Neil’s CAN SLIM Approach to Selecting Growth Stocks Using Fundamental and Technical Data The CAN SLIM approach is a popular investment strategy that uses fundamental company and industry factors to identify attractive stocks and employs technical price and volume analysis to help determine…

 

The Advantages of the Do-It-Yourself Approach to Investing in Stocks

With the right education and information, individual investors are fully capable of becoming effective managers of their own assets. If you have the time, interest and discipline, we truly believe that you can manage a stock portfolio that can outperform most mutual funds. Some investors should use mutual funds and ETFs to invest in equities….

 

Study: Most Americans Feel They Have Insufficient Assets for Financial Advice

According to TIAA-CREFF’s fourth annual Advice Matters survey, 63% of Americans believe that don’t have enough money to seek investment advice. However, nearly three our of four respondents said they would like to receive financial advice in the future. The survey also found that 45% think they need at least $50,000 in savings to seek financial…