Because we haven't had to deal with anything like this for nearly four years, many investors may not feel emotionally well prepared for this volatility.
5 principles every investor should keep in mind: diversification, avoid emotional decision-making, recognize the market is unpredictable and be disciplined; choose low cost investments, and time in the market is more important than timing the market.
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Most Americans do not feel as if they are participating in the stock market rally. Maybe they sold back in 2008?
Rob Arnott, chairman and chief executive officer of Research Affiliates and creator of the Fundamental Index® methodology, shares his thoughts on how investors can enhance their long-term returns by avoiding the following three common mistakes.
The financial strength of households and businesses combined with rising confidence should quicken the pace of economic expansion.
Inflation is falling, but bonds remain unloved.
Stable dividend income and low price volatility make non-traded, public real estate investment trusts (REITs) an attractive alternative to high-yield and long-term bonds.
Professor Eugene Fama awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics for his groundbreaking work on asset pricing and markets.
Businesses are reluctant to hire new workers, and the fiscal crisis in Washington is doing little to build confidence. Should catastrophe be avoided, job creation and the broader economy are expected to strengthen into 2014.