Tag: Risk

Asset Allocation: Putting It All Together (Bill O’Reilly Case Studies)

We have been discussing the asset allocation decision, which in its simplest form consists of how much of your investments you should expose to the higher risks and potentially higher rewards of the stock market, and how much you should keep in safer investment such as bonds and cash.  First, we established that this decision…

What You Can Learn About the Stock Market From Our Poorly Trained and Excitable Dog

If you want to take volatility out of your portfolio, check it less often.  –Ronald H. Muhlenkamp, American investor and businessman I am not a “dog person.”  I didn’t grow up with dogs and as an adult I didn’t have any desire to own one.  My wife, Alice, and I agreed on this.  However, we didn’t…