AAII Survey: Which Geographic Regions Hold the Greatest Investment Risk?

Geographical diversification is the practice of diversifying an investment portfolio across different geographic regions in order to reduce the overall risk and improve returns. There is a good amount of debate about the importance of investing in different regions of the world instead of investing on in U.S. companies or just North America. Investing in…

 

Power Your Portfolio With Value

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   The Trinity Portfolio: Combining Diversification, Tilts and Trend-Following Cambria Investment Management’s Trinity Portfolio is named for the portfolio’s three core elements: 1) assets diversified across a global investment set, 2) tilts toward investments exhibiting value and momentum traits, and 3) exposure to trend-following. In…

 

Readers Worry About Political Risk Affecting U.S. Markets, But Not Acting On It

No matter your political affiliation, the goings-on in Washington, D.C., has had an impact on investors over the last several months. Post-election, U.S. stocks rose strongly in the hopes of increased infrastructure spending, lower taxes and reduced regulations. Eventually, though, the market looked for policy implementation and was disappointed by the initially failed repeal of…