Last year, Warren Buffett said he would direct the trustees of his estate to put 90% of his remaining assets in an S&P 500 index fund and 10% in short-term government bonds.
The financial services industry’s bias toward long-term investing as the magic formula to the problems that face the individual investor is wrong and misleading.
Even the most pleasing ice cream on a hot summer day can result in a headache.
Market correlations explain to us the similarity in performance and behavior by different types of assets.
Gold has it bad and that ain’t good.
What are the hallmarks of a well-built investment portfolio?