Monthly Archives: May 2013

How to Build a Common Sense Investment Portfolio

How to Build a Common Sense Investment Portfolio “Simplicity is the master key to financial success. When there are multiple solutions to a problem, choose the simplest one.” – John Bogle, Founder of Vanguard

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Foreign Investors Under Stress: Evidence from India

New working paper dated May 2013! Emerging market policy makers have been concerned about the financial stability implications of financial globalization. These concerns are focused on behavior under stressed conditions. Do tail events in the home country trigger off extreme

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Understanding the Financial Crisis

very good explanation of the financial crisis

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Personalize Your Investment Strategy with our Investment Questionnaire: Folio Investing

Personalize Your Investment Strategy with our Investment Questionnaire: Folio Investing.

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6 Asset Allocation Strategies That Work

6 Asset Allocation Strategies That Work There are a few different investment strategies of establishing asset allocation: Strategic, Constant-Weighting, Tactical, Dynamic, Insured, Integrated Asset Allocation.  Investopedia outlines some of them and examine their basic management approaches.

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5 Things To Know About Asset Allocation

5 Things To Know About Asset Allocation With literally thousands of stocks, bonds and mutual funds to choose from, picking the right investments can confuse even the most seasoned investor. However, starting to build a portfolio with stock picking might be the wrong approach. Instead,

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A Guide To Core/Satellite Investing

A Guide To Core/Satellite Investing The essence of Core/Satellite portfolio strategy is that regardless of the specific investments chosen to fulfill the asset allocation, three elements such as cost, portfolio volatility and investment returns are the underlying considerations. A brief review

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