Time to Reevaluate Your Risk Management
The current dip in stocks is dangerous. Not because it's a long-term sign of things to come but because investors have forgotten all about downside risk.
Thinking Long Pays Off
Short-term or intermediate-term price moves, while way more exciting, are more random in nature. It's usually just a matter of mispricing of stocks by traders who experience extreme pessimism or extreme optimism combined with technical reasons.
Don't Misuse the P/E Ratio
If you're basing your view of the market on the price-to-earnings ratio (P/E), then you're in danger of being misled.
Is Wealthier Really Healthier?
A new chart comparing life spans of men and women along with their mid-career incomes finds the more money a person has, the longer they are likely to live.
How to Buy at a Market High
If you're afraid to buy at a market high, then you might be terrified right now. But don't worry: stock can continue heading north even when the market is overbought.
Pick the Winning Sectors
If you used relative strength rebalancing in your investment strategy, you could have added an additional 5.3% on to any returns over the last 20 years.
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