19 Year-End Financial and Investing Moves

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   19 Year-End Financial and Investing Moves Actionable steps covering personal finance, estate planning, investing, retirement and taxes that investors should consider taking now before the new year. The Individual Investor’s Guide to Personal Tax Planning 2018 AAII’s annual tax and financial planning guide is…

 

The Taxes You May Be Paying on Your Investments

Depending on what you invest in, this may be a year where you both incur a loss of portfolio value and owe capital gains taxes. This is particularly true if you hold actively managed mutual funds in a taxable account. Even if you don’t hold mutual funds in a taxable account, the new tax law…

 

19 Investing Resolutions for 2018

Special notes: First, on behalf of everyone at AAII, have a happy, healthy and prosperous new year. Both the U.S. financial markets and our offices will be closed on Monday, January 1, in observance of New Year’s Day. Finally, we are in the process of updating our Tax Guide to reflect the new law. As…

 

Investors, Turn Down the Volume

In rock ’n’ roll, turning up the volume is not only welcome, but is often outright called for. While headbangers may want the volume cranked up, investors may prefer to have the volume set on low instead. High volume signifies a large amount of interest among investors. Interest often is inversely related to mispricing. Put…

 

The December 2017 AAII Journal is Now Available Online.

Feature Article » The Individual Investor’s Guide to Personal Tax Planning 2017 Our annual tax and financial planning guide is designed to help you assess your current tax situation and plan for any changes that may improve your tax liability both this year and next. Behavioral Finance » How Human Behavior Differs From Traditional Economic…