I’m introducing a new feature on the AAAMP Blog: Investment Reading and Finance Links. This will be a roundup of quality reading and links related to finance and investment from the blogosphere.
The schedule or frequency hasn’t been decided yet. Quality is more important than quantity. My goal is to provide readers with some of the best information available on a regular basis. Let me know what you think.
This Week on the AAAMP Blog:
As investors we all have the common goal of increasing our portfolio value. But how often do we really consider the most important factors that determine portfolio value.
I ask the question: is Investing in Alternative Investments right for you? Consider the advantages and disadvantages before diving into high risk investments that require expertise.
In Value Investing – Why You Fail? Shailesh Kumar at Value Stock Guide tells us why, despite countless studies proving the superiority of value investing over growth or indexes, investors do not normally invest for value.
Matt Alden at Dividend Monk just released The Dividend Toolkit: How to Efficiently Analyze Dividend Stocks as an e-book. It’s a worthy read, as is his blog.
The College Investor asks Do You Make These 6 Investing Mistakes?
JT McGee at Investor Junkie provides a Financial Shenanigans Book Review. The book by Howard Schilit and Jeremy Perler dives deep into the dark world of corporate accounting, blowing apart common tricks corporate accountants use to make businesses look better than they are.
My Own Advisor tells us Why Now is Probably the Wrong Time to Shift Your Equities to Bonds.
You might want to check out a new blog called Excess Return and read Value or Value Trap?
In How To Invest In Your 20‘s the Novel Investor provides good advice on how to build a foundation, invest, keep it simple, watch your costs, and learn from your mistakes.
If you start coming across these words, it’s time to be worried. Humble Savers presents Investment Words That Should Scare You.
CHART: Here Are The Key Drivers Of US Stock Market Returns Since 1900. @ Business Insider
Reversion To The Mean In “Risk Free” Treasury Bond ETFs @ Seeking Alpha
5 Ways to Sabotage Your Retirement @ Canadian Finance Blog