It’s been a good year for the Arbor Investment Planner and AAAMP Blog. Our readership has exploded (Thank You!) from 65,000 page views in 2011 to over 260,000 in 2012!
I’m striving to make the Arbor Investment Planner the highest quality value investment management guide possible. I know the Best of the AAAMP Blog posts will improve your investment skills.
Here are the Top 10 AAAMP Blog posts for 2012:
Examines the characteristics of quality that identify good businesses and possible quality value investments.
These 7 value investing principles will improve your asset allocation management skills and increase the probability of growing your investment portfolio.
An explanation of PE10 as a stock market valuation tool. How to use PE10 to improve long term returns and lower risk of portfolio drawdowns.
#7 - Dividend Growth Compounding Versus Interest Compounding - Interest Compounding is a powerful financial concept, but dividend growth compounding multiplies the benefits of exponential growth.
Tactical asset allocation is an active strategy that includes continual management of risk through portfolio rebalancing to a flexible asset allocation target based on value.
Preservation of capital should be the highest priority goal of asset allocation investing. Of course you must take risk; but here is how to optimize asset allocation.
Investors willing to develop patience, and wait for the odds to be heavily in their favor, can reap the benefits of these value investment strategies.
Explains the difference between Alpha and Beta; how they relate to investment risk, and their usefulness for evaluation and risk management.
Understanding the purpose of company financial statements, and how each of the three relates to one another, provides important information for company financial analysis.
#1 - 32 Investment Rules and Strategies to Make You a Better Investor – These 32 investment rules and strategies will reduce your number of mistakes, help you take prudent risks that favor positive returns, and make you a better investor.