Market-timing investors’ efforts to outguess the random day-to-day variations in the stock market hurts their performance. They’d have better results it they behaved like rats.
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
It’s that time of year again, when the financial media issues its “Where to Invest Now” guides. As is often the case, following these experts’ advice in 2016 would have caused more pain than gain.
‘Tis the season for year-end mutual fund distributions. A quick review of how these work can help those who keep a close eye on their stockings from being caught by surprise.
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.
In this Citizen guest post, Vista’s Anika Hedstrom explains why when it comes to investing, the more closely you pay attention, the worse off you’re likely to be.