Retirement, Risk and Return

It is difficult for many to believe that equities are smart investments after the events of the last 18 months.  The rush to safety by purchasing CD’s and Treasury Bills may feel really safe at the moment, but history shows us that a diversiifed portfolio of stocks and bonds produces much greater returns than an […]

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Active Investing-a Negative Sum Game

We often hear that now is a good time (or a bad time) for active investing. That does not make sense. In aggregate, active investors always underperform by their fees and expenses.  In this interview, Professor Ken French from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a director at Dimensional Fund Advisors discusses […]

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