This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles:
- A Satirical Take on Financial Terminology: Financial terms often mean the opposite of what they appear to signify. Poking fun can unveil weaknesses and risks not so apparent on first glance.
- The Changes to Social Security Claiming Strategies: Couples will no longer be able to use file and suspend and restricted applications, increasing the importance of considering each spouse’s longevity.
- Corporate Reinvention and the Creation (or Destruction) of Value: A major setback can occur with change in leadership, but in some cases it can be corrected with a return to the leader’s original vision.
- A Comprehensive Approach to Covered Call Writing: Focus first on stock or ETF selection, option selection and position management, instead of on dividend capture and tax avoidance strategies.
The featured AAII stock screen this week is the Philip Fisher approach.
Our Member Question for this week is:
Is it possible to create an artificial intelligence as smart as a human?