Retirement Readiness is Being Assessed in the Wrong Manner
This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles:
- 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.
- 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.
- Assessing Your Life Insurer’s Financial Performance: The value of a policy depends on the financial performance of an insurer, which can be assessed by analyzing its financial statements.
- Model Shadow Stock Portfolio: Many Opportunities Among Micro Caps: One shadow stock was deleted due to a lack of profitability.
The featured AAII stock screen this week is the Dreman With Estimate Revisions approach.
Our Member Question for this week is:
When did you last check your investment performance?