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ETF Portfolios Guide Advantages & Disadvantages

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Modern Portfolio Theory

Modern Portfolio Theory was developed in the 1950‘s with the belief that portfolio returns could be maximized for a given amount of investment risk by combining assets in a particular manner. The theory is that, using relationships between risk and return such as alpha and beta, and defining risk as the standard deviation of return, an ‘efficient frontier‘ for investing can be identified and exploited for maximum gain at a given

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Explain Bonds, Bond Terms, Price and Yield, Types of Bond Risk

This post teaches the basics: what a bond is, bond terms, the relationship between price and yield, and the two main risks of owning bonds. The post Explain Bonds, Bond Terms, Price and Yield, Types of Bond Risk appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Fundamental and Technical Analysis: What is the Difference?

We‘re going to examine the difference between fundamental and technical analysis. Fundamental stock analysis is the process of financial statement analysis. Technical analysis is the forecasting of the future price of a financial asset using primarily historical price and volume data. The post Fundamental and Technical Analysis: What is the Difference? appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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ETF Portfolios Guide Advantages, Disadvantages, Newsletter

Arbor Investment Planner recognizes the need for an ETF Portfolios Guide. The goal is to assist the apprentice investors in their portfolio management decisions. The explosion in the number of ETFs means there is a large variety of ETFs to choose from today. ETFs are the perfect investment vehicle for the apprentice investor, investors with small portfolios, or investors with large portfolios who want significant diversification in a targeted ge

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Market Capitalization: Calculation and Categories

The market capitalization calculation is an important and useful stock valuation formula for investment analysis. Market capitalization (a.k.a. market cap) is the total market value of all the company‘s outstanding equity shares. This represents the total value the market has placed on the value of a company‘s common stock. The post Market Capitalization: Calculation and Categories appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfo

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Reinvesting Dividends Benefits

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Investment Diversification

Use investment diversification of non-correlated assets to minimize unsystematic risk. This is the only ‘free ride‘ available to portfolio managers. The post Investment Diversification appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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What is Common Stock? Advantages and Risk

The post What is Common Stock? Advantages and Risk appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Earnings Yield & How to Calculate Earnings Yield

Earnings Yield in its simplest form is earnings dividend by price. It is expressed as a percentage of the investment value and is the reciprocal of the price/earnings (PE ratio). The post Earnings Yield How to Calculate Earnings Yield appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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5 Foolproof Ideas to Beat The Market

Many investors fail because they try to beat the market on too short of a time horizon. Here are 5 foolproof ideas to beat the market in the long run. The post 5 Foolproof Ideas to Beat The Market appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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34 Investment Strategies and Rules to Make You a Better Investor

The most important attribute of successful investors is discipline in following a set of investment strategies and rules. In other words you don‘t have to have a high IQ, a high education, extensive experience, or even great instinct. You can be a successful investor by being disciplined in following a set of investment strategies and rules that guide you through bull and bear markets, times of greed and times of fear, and periods of high r

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Inflation Guide: Asset Allocation Based on the Inflation Trend

This inflation guide explains why the inflation trend should be a major consideration in your portfolio asset allocation. Then we examine each inflation trend and analyze which asset allocation categories should be considered or avoided for increasing inflation, disinflation, and deflation. The post Inflation Guide: Asset Allocation Based on the Inflation Trend appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Strategic Asset Allocation: A Failed Model?

A strategic asset allocation model is one in which the mix of portfolio assets is fixed according to the individual investor‘s profile. The percentage of assets allocated to cash, bonds, stocks, real estate, etc. is set according to the investor‘s goals and strategies, current financial status, and risk tolerance. The post Strategic Asset Allocation: A Failed Model? appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Valu

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3 Steps to Avoid Repeating Investment Mistakes

We review 3 steps to avoid repeating investment mistakes: identify mistakes, analyze reasons for investment mistakes, and find replacement actions. The post 3 Steps to Avoid Repeating Investment Mistakes appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Standard Deviation, Probability, and Risk When Making Investment Decisions

Standard deviation and probability are concepts that make us better risk managers because they cause us to consider lower probability outcomes when making investment decisions. The post Standard Deviation, Probability, and Risk When Making Investment Decisions appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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