Tag Archives | evidence-based investing

Top 5 Blog Posts in 2017

Our Top 5 blog posts in 2017 – determined by our readers.

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Another Look at the Benefits of Global Diversification

By pursuing a globally diversified approach to investing, one doesn’t have to attempt to pick winners to achieve a rewarding investment experience.

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The Decline of General Electric (GE) Stock – Lessons You Can Learn

Investors in General Electric (GE) stock aren’t happy right now. This week the company cut its dividend by 50 percent. This decision added insult to injury because GE’s stock has dropped more than 40 percent over the last year. But, these results are more common than you might realize.

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Eight Key Questions Every Investor Should Ask

Focusing on what you can control can lead to a better investment experience.

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The Uncommon Average

When setting expectations, it’s helpful to see the range of outcomes experienced by investors historically.

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Think Twice Before Reacting to Market News

Key Takeaways There WILL be a stock market correction at some point in the future. The right portfolio design will help prevent you from being too aggressive (or too cautious) in all market environments. The evidence is clear that corrections cannot be reliably predicted. The market constantly schemes to convince investors to change their portfolio […]

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A Nerve-Rattling Snake Tale

I’ve written before about how gut instincts and rapid reflexes – behavioral factors – can do you in as an otherwise sensible investor. The other day, I was reminded that, in other walks of life, those instincts aren’t such a bad idea. Like if you encounter a real, live rattlesnake. I had been fishing with […]

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