What would Keynes have done?

January 27, 2014

CHICAGO (Reuters) – What many people don’t realize about economist John Maynard Keynes is that he was a professional investor, not just a thinker who addressed big issues. Although Keynes did not foresee the crash of 1929 and was nearly wiped out on three separate occasions, he made money during some of the most challenging years – and pioneered some durable investing principles along the way worth following in all market conditions.

The portfolio rebalancing act: Feels bad, works good

January 21, 2014

CHICAGO, Jan 21 (Reuters) – For most investors, portfolio
rebalancing is an unnatural investment act. You sell off winners
to buy laggards – an unsatisfying move.

Will last year’s stock market laggards be 2014′s winners?

January 13, 2014

CHICAGO (Reuters) – If the stock market rally continues, last year’s laggards may be this year’s winners.

Column: Will the U.S. bull market continue?

January 6, 2014

CHICAGO (Reuters) – What are the odds that the U.S. stock market’s bull run will continue?

Will the U.S. bull market continue?

January 6, 2014

CHICAGO, Jan 6 (Reuters) – What are the odds that the U.S.
stock market’s bull run will continue?