Wade Pfau’s Important Book on Retirement Planning
Wade Pfau has written an important book: How Much Can I Spend in Retirement?: A Guide to Investment-Based Retirement Income Strategies. It should be read by not just financial planners, but also all investment advisors who work with individual accounts.
Does Socially Responsible Investing Work? And How to Do It
Ian Bremmer: The Big-Picture Trends Investors Should Watch
Exit, Voice, and Loyalty
The Alpha and the Beta of Investing
Asset Class Allocation and Portfolios: Critique and Complication
Measuring the Cost of Socially Responsible Investing
Asset Class Allocation and Portfolios
Alan Greenspan on the Market and the Global Economy
Why Invest? - Part 2
New Measures of Risk (and why markets are now very fragile)
Is the Market Efficient?
How Much is that Investment Worth in Real Money?
Not by Return Alone: Judging Investment Performance
Jim Cramer Exposed: Does He Generate Alpha?
Paul Bolster and Emery Trahan, professors of finance at Northeastern University, were curious about the Mad Money phenomenon, and applied the full force of their analytical powers to a study of Jim Cramer's advice. They published their analysis earlier this year, and it reveals answers to key questions - such as whether Cramer's picks move the market or whether Cramer can legitimately call himself a skillful stock picker.