Tag Archives: Wall Street Journal
Global Markets Shudder!!
This is the main headline of The Wall Street Journal today.
I wonder how all of the active money managers are feeling today after yesterdays mammoth sell off in their international small company and emerging markets funds?
They might be re-thinking their mid 2009 “inflight correction” to include more emerging markets in their portfolios.
Let’s not miss this!
Here is what happened to many portfolios this past year… Continue reading
Turnover is a Huge Money Maker – “NO LOAD FUNDS” are a Farce.
Last year I shot a video after reading an article confirming what we have known for years about the excessive buying and selling of stocks within mutual funds, aka “fund turnover.” This activity adds huge cost to the portfolio and on … Continue reading
2010? 2020? But Who’s Counting?
WSJ Bear Mauls “Safe” Target Funds, Too
I Thought That’s What You Said
Goldman Gives Back
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