Allan Roth, author of How a 2nd Grader Beat Wall Street, is our guest today. He shares his many years of experience and wisdom in this episode.
Diversification means different things to different people. I see six levels of diversification. Make sure you nail at least the top three.
PoF helps a retired couple take their complex, professionally managed, 28 fund portfolio down to just 3 funds -- saving them over $21k/year in advisory fees.
I've stopped reviewing books regularly but the new Bogleheads Guide by Taylor Larimore was worth making an exception for. This one tells you exactly what to do with your investments so you can move on with your life.
This post is about a good friend of mine, Battle of Bastogne Vet Taylor Larimore. He's in his mid-90s and provides a lifeline of wisdom in the foundering seas of what constitutes investment information these days.
Of the books I reviewed this week, it's the only one I actually purchased and really, aside from the history books, the only one I really wanted to read.
A doctor tried out Personal Capital, comparing it to his index fund portfolio at Vanguard. Here is what he found.
International stocks are solid investments worthy of your investing dollars, despite the fact that many US companies receive significant revenue from other countries. Allocating a reasonable portion of a public equity portfolio to international stocks adds valuable diversification.