Investing & trading: January - March 2009 articles archive home
Knowing what to look for
Justin Mamis in his book, The Nature of Risk, provides a useful reminder of what tends to happen towards the end of a downturn.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009 ... more
 
 
Guidelines from Bernstein
Merrill Lynch's best-known strategist - and best-known pessimist – Richard Bernstein left the firm a few weeks ago, the latest to depart since the Bank of America takeover in January.
Friday, March 6, 2009 ... more
 
Best to grind out gains, one at a time
Jason Zweig warns investors, in the Wall Street Journal, that as their losses mount they become more susceptible to poor investment decisions.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009 ... more
 
 
If you’re thinking of an automated process
There are advantages to a mechanical approach, not the least being the time saved by not having to evaluate potential purchases from every angle.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009 ... more
 
Surviving on half-truths
More often than not the rates of returns that are bandied-about by proponents of the stock market ignore things like transaction costs, taxes and the companies that failed.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009 ... more
 
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