Jeremy Siegel has a recent piece in the Financial Times that restates his view that stocks are the most appropriate investment for investors with a long horizon. I wonder how most of you look at this issue, especially after the … Read more
Yearly Archives: 2009
I’m a little tired of reading about how “buy and hold” is dead, and diversification doesn’t work, and how “target-date funds don’t work,” and that there was too much risk, especially for pre-retirees, in these balanced funds. These stories seem … Read more
One of the smartest people I know—a brilliant copy editor—used to shake her head as she read articles about bonds and the bond market.
“I think you have to be born with the bond gene to understand bonds,” she would … Read more
Should you invest differently given the impending retirement of tens of millions of baby boomers? This is a question I’ve received from advisors and investors in recent weeks, and one which, quite frankly, I’ve given little thought to throughout the … Read more