Posts filed under “Investing”

Coming to D.C. October 15-16th

 

Next month, myself and some staffers will be visiting a few clients and prospective clients in the Washington, D.C. area.

Many of you are familiar with my investing philosophy, but this is an opportunity to have a more in depth and personal conversation.

If you are interested in meeting with us, hearing our views on the markets, or simply having a discussing about your own personal financial planning, give us an email or call.

Send email to Info -at- RitholtzWealth -dot- com, with the subject “DC Trip.”

Or call 212-455-9122 and ask for Erika regarding DC trips.

 

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Category: Asset Allocation, Investing

Vanguard: Has Indexing Gotten Too Big?

Category: Index/ETFs, Investing, Think Tank

Jack Bogle on Diversified Portfolios vs Speculation


9/9/2011 9:25AM

Buying and holding stocks and bonds for the long term and maintaining a diversified portfolio are still the smartest strategies for the average investor, says Vanguard founder Jack Bogle in answer to Mark Cuban and other critics of these traditional approaches. In the Big Interview with Journal columnist Jason Zweig, Bogle takes aim at the culture of market speculation. Betting on long odds, he says, “doesn’t pay off very often.”

Category: ETFs, Investing, Video

1958: Public Investing in the Stock Market as Never Before

This week in 1958: LIFE Magazine highlights a strange new phenomenon: The public is investing in the stock market as never before. “On the average,” reports LIFE, “500,000 new customers a year have been getting into the market and 8.6 million Americans now own some kind of common or preferred stock…. To an extent which…Read More

Category: Investing, Markets, Sentiment

Demand for Financial Advice Isn’t Going Away

The Future of Advice: Business Models and Services For the Next Generations from INResearch

Category: Investing

Howard Marks Explains Risk Assessment & Market Strategy

Howard Marks, chairman of Oaktree Capital Group LLC, talks about assessing market risk, volatility and sentiment. Marks speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”


Source: Bloomberg Sept. 5 2014

Category: Investing, Video

Folly of Forecasters: NFP/Lehman/Goldman Edition

As I sat down to write this early this morning, no one knew what the jobs numbers would be. But I did know three related things: 1. The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey of economists is that 230,000 workers were added in August; 2. Almost all of the individual forecasters will be wrong. (Actually,…Read More

Category: Economy, Employment, Investing, Really, really bad calls

The Value of a College Degree

The Value of a College Degree Jaison R. Abel and Richard Deitz Liberty Street Economics, September 02, 2014     This post is the first in a series of four Liberty Street Economics posts examining the value of a college degree. Not so long ago, people rarely questioned the value of a college degree. A…Read More

Category: Investing, Think Tank

How Much Business Investment Is the Right Amount?

  Andrew Lapthorne, a quantitative strategist at Societe Generale SA, recently looked at the correlation between business investment and individual stock prices, in a report titled “How does too much or too little investment affect a company’s stock price?”. Some of their results were surprising: Stocks of companies that over- or underinvest get punished in…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Investing

How to Win the Loser’s Game

Most of what we see and hear about how to invest comes from either the fund industry or the financial media – both of which have their own agendas. This landmark documentary is an attempt to redress the balance.

Nine months in the making, How to Win the Loser’s Game aims to provide ordinary investors with the information they need to achieve their investment goals. It includes contributions from some of the biggest names and brightest minds in the investing world.

It’s being released in ten weekly, stand-alone parts, followed by the full-length, 80-minute film. Please share these videos with family, friends and colleagues, and help us to build a better, fairer and more transparent investment industry for all.

Via Sensible Investing

Transcript here

Category: Investing, Markets, Video