Despite passive investing’s incredible recent growth, there are several reasons we’re not concerned with indexing becoming too popular.
Shares of Amazon have soared 49,000% since the company went public. Finding the next Amazon may be the goal of many investors. Yet just a tiny handful of stocks are responsible for most of the stock market’s historical gain. Diversification is the only way to ensure such “superstocks” are in your portfolio.
Investors have many reasons to despise international stocks today. Chiefly among them is performance: they’ve underperformed large cap U.S. stocks by 7% per year since 2008. Despite international
Despite rekindled fears over rising interest rates, higher yields are a positive development for long-term investors.
Financial pundits are busy offering promises of how next Tuesday’s Presidential election will impact markets. The truth is, no one knows exactly how the result will affect portfolios. Fortunately, long-term investors shouldn’t be too worried.
Anyone who’s purchased a car knows the party most prepared to walk away from the deal has the advantage. It is the motivated buyer, or seller, who is most often forced to make the biggest concession. It’s no different in investing.