Tag Archives: portfolio
You’ve probably heard it before: “Why would anyone want to invest in the most indebted companies or countries? It’s just throwing good money after bad.” While this premise may seem logical and intuitive on the surface, as with many things … Read more
Tomorrow is March 14, or Pi Day (3.14), as it’s known in the Internet’s more mathematical precincts.
Pi allows us to design aircraft engines, pass a geometry midterm, and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner. It can also teach us something about investing.… Read more
Gender financial stereotypes abound. Women are risk-averse—to their detriment! Overconfident men trade more—to their detriment!
In most areas of life, it’s often best if we ignore the little things that we typically can’t control, such as traffic on the way to work or rain on your wedding day. However, in my opinion, you should sweat … Read more
We in Vanguard Investment Strategy Group read. A lot. So it was with great interest that I came across a recent article on Bloomberg about the earnings report from Warren Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway.¹ The article said that cash holdings … Read more
My retirement portfolio comes more or less straight from the Vanguard playbook. It’s mostly indexed. My mix of broadly diversified stock and bond funds is consistent with what you’d find in a Vanguard Target Retirement Fund designed for someone two … Read more