The January 2019 AAII Journal is Now Available Online.

COVER ARTICLE The Position of the Individual Investor By James B. Cloonan Looking back on the occasion of the AAII Journal’s 40th anniversary: This article originally appeared in the second issue of the AAII Journal, March–April 1979, and set the stage for AAII’s mission.   IN THIS ISSUE Steps You Can Take to Reduce the…

 

The January 2018 AAII Journal is Now Available Online.

  Feature Article » Polar Opposite: MAGNET Complex Goes From Bottom to Top in 2017 by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA Our annual review of the AAII screening strategies finds MAGNET Complex on top after being the worst performer in 2016.   Portfolio Strategies » Insights on Using the 4% Withdrawal Rule From Its Creator by…

 

The October 2017 AAII Journal is Now Available Online

Feature Article » Stock Strategies Stock Market Retreats and Recoveries by Sam Stovall Only six months, on average, have separated the end of one decline and the start of the next one, but recoveries have been quick. AAII InvestoGraphic » Stock Market Volatility by AAII Staff Large-company stocks can experience big price swings on a 12-month…

 

A Key to a Lasting Retirement Portfolio

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   Aging’s Adverse Impact on Decision Making The aging process can hurt your ability to make proper decisions about your finances. On average, 29.2% of individuals aged 80 to 89 have cognitive impairment. While the aging process affects everyone differently, it is important to protect…

 

The July 2017 AAII Journal is Now Available Online

Feature: Portfolio Strategies » Solving the Problem of Retirement by Paul Merriman Retirement places potentially unlimited demands on finite savings, but there are three actions investors can take to mitigate the problem. Stock Strategies » Three Value-Investing Benchmarks by Gary Smith The valuation models espoused by John Burr Williams, Robert Shiller and John Bogle can…

 

AAII Journal May 2017 Issue Now Available

Feature Article: When You Haven’t Saved Enough for Retirement Saving more, working longer, delaying the claiming of Social Security benefits and tapping home equity can all help fund retirement. by Charles Rotblut, CFA In This Issue: Stock Strategies » What Is Your Investing Edge? Many investors focus on trying to gain an information edge, but…