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Does Low (Minimum) Volatility Investing Have the Potential to Persist?

Article Summary: Paradoxically, low-risk stocks historically have outperformed higher-risk stocks over the long run.They outperformed due to the behavioral biases of investors.Dr. Daniel Crosby, behavioral finance expert, has devised a ...
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Will Your Personal Finances Survive the Next Building Recession?

Published in the Florida Home Builders Association Magazine - Spring 2019 Issue It has been 10 years from what many in the building industry consider to be the lowest point ...
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A Potential Effect of Risky Funds on a Portfolio

Vanguard had a fund that invested in precious metals and mining stocks that had performed so poorly in the past 10 years, that Vanguard decided to rename the fund and ...
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Investing is Hard. Here is the Proof.

If I told you the annualized return over 20 years of the S&P 500 (an index of 500 large U.S. stocks) was 7.2%, what return would you guess the average ...
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A Canadian Cannabis Producer Offers a Harsh Lesson About Investing Frenzies 

Amazon closed today at $1,934.36 per share. Wouldn’t it have been nice to have had the foresight to purchase this stock back in 1997 when it traded for less than ...
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How to Pass the CFP® Exam in 4 Months (Including the Education Requirement)

If you search the internet in order to determine how many hours of dedication are required to study for the CFP® exam, you will likely encounter bewilderment rather than clarity ...
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