This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles:
- Qualitative Guidelines for Mutual Fund Selection: Looking at the type and frequency of communications, portfolio holdings, manager stability and expense ratio caps can help with the fund selection process.
- Retirement Readiness Is Being Assessed in the Wrong Manner: No consensus exists on an acceptable risk of outliving savings, and current models don’t reveal the magnitude of the shortfall retirees face.
- From Saver to Spender: Managing Your Money in Retirement: Following these nine guidelines can help reduce your financial stress and increase the odds of enjoying a successful retirement.
- Methods for Valuing a Stock Based on Profitability and Growth: By using different valuation methods, a range can be established for determining whether a stock is cheap or expensive.
The featured AAII stock screen this week is the Richard Driehaus approach.
Our Member Question for this week is:
Are share buybacks a net positive or negative for share owners?