A very useful tool for the do-it-yourself investment analyst.
So is luck; now what?
There is no easy way to say this, but performance fees are not really aligned with investors’ interests.
That is the question: with individual and family fortunes in the hundreds of millions, what’s the point of private anything?
Comparing performances of managers based solely on their numbers can be dangerous to your wealth.
Same problem, different angle: advisors should give clients all pricing information upfront.
The value of being called a butt-head early in your investing endeavors.
ETFs will underperform actively managed funds at some point; just stay the course and don’t ditch them.
It’s the right season for both, but some gifts are better left unopened and returned to the sender.
Things are not easy, but neither are they as complicated as some may want you to believe.