This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles:
- Five Steps for Gaining Control of Your Investments and Avoiding Mistakes: Simple actions you can take now to focus on the things you can control and avoid making common investment mistakes.
- John Maynard Keynes as an Investor: Timeless Lessons and Principles: A look at Keynes’ evolution from a spectator to a successful value investor and the godfather of behavioral finance.
- The Liquidity Style: Finding Bargains by Seeking Less Popular Stocks: Stocks that are less liquid, meaning that their shares trade with less volume, offer the potential for higher returns.
- The Individual Investor’s Guide to the Top Mutual Funds 2016: AAII’s annual mutual fund guide provides information and performance statistics on more than 730 funds.
The featured AAII stock screen this week is the Ralph Wanger (Revised) approach.
Our Member Question for this week is:
What is the most important factor you consider when evaluating investment firms?