There is an article by Mark Whitehouse in this week’s Weekend Journal about gift ideas for little investors (age, not height). I love articles like these because Continue reading “Gifts for Little Investors”
That’s my tip for the day. Never, NEVER, look at your 401(k) on a down day. Too many people get discouraged when they see their 401(k) balance fall. Some of them even get so discouraged that Continue reading “Never Look at Your 401(k) on a Down Day!”
Joel Greenblatt, who wrote the book You Can Be a Stock Market Genius has a new book coming out called The Little Book That Beats the Market. The new book is being heavily promoted and a lot of copies will be sold. This has me thinking that if EVERYONE is reading the same book and applying the same techniques, very few people will actually make money with his ideas. Isn’t that the way it works? A “secret” that everybody knows isn’t worth knowing. Oh well, I’ll still probably check the book out from the library.
On my post Mortgage Your Retirement, my friend Jesse left the following comment: Continue reading “Concentration vs. Diversification”
DISCLAIMER: This post is NOT a recommendation. If you invest in the funds listed below, you invest at your own risk.
Monday’s Wall Street Journal had an interesting interview with Ken Gregory of Masters’ Select Funds. I wasn’t familiar with Masters’ Select Funds until I read the article this morning.
Continue reading “Masters’ Select Funds”