Majority of Readers Have Taken Steps in the Event of Cognitive Impairment

The aging process can hurt your ability to make proper decisions about your finances. On average, 29.2% of individuals aged 80 to 89 have cognitive impairment. While the aging process affects everyone differently, it is important to protect the investment portfolio you have spent years accumulating. Cognitive impairment has a direct, negative impact on a…

 

What Is Your Investing Edge?

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   What Is Your Investing Edge? This is a commonly held view among value investors: You need to seek out stocks that are underfollowed, in hopes of gaining bits of information that the market is not currently pricing into the stock. This is a well-intended…

 

Overwhelming Percentage of Readers Have Estate Plan

Many people do not see an estate plan as necessary, while others recognize the need to plan but have no idea whom to contact or how to begin. Estate planning encompasses much more than simply protecting one’s assets; it provides peace of mind that your assets will pass according to your wishes at the least…

 

Are ETFs “Weapons of Mass Destruction”?

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   A Worksheet Approach to Selecting a Financial Planner Most individuals interview potential financial advisers before making a final selection to help them determine whether they are making the right choice. But what questions should you ask? The purpose of this article is to give…

 

10 Steps to Avoiding Ponzi Schemes & Financial Fraud

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles: Steps to Smoothly Transfer Control of Your Family’s Finances: Succession planning for the “family CFO” is the most commonly neglected component of most families’ financial planning, but it is one of the most important actions that will determine the ability of your “Family Inc.” to thrive…