Investments

Market Mania and Investor Resolve … Again

If it weren’t for the fact that it represents real wealth, it would be nothing short of fascinating how the market reflects its human participants – in all of our enterprising glory as well as all of our quirky behavioral foibles, including herd mentality. Last week provides a picture-perfect illustration of the latter, in which […]

Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: What Drives Market Returns?

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: What Drives Market Returns? In our last piece, “Get Along, Little Market,” we wrapped up a discussion about the benefits of diversifying your investments to minimize avoidable risks, manage the unavoidable ones that are expected to generate market returns, and […]

Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Get Along, Little Market

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Roger’s Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Get Along, Little Market In our last piece, “Managing the Market’s Risky Business,” we described how diversification plays a key role in minimizing unnecessary risks and helping you better manage those that remain. Today, we’ll cover an additional benefit to […]

Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Managing the Market’s Risky Business

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Managing the Market’s Risky Business In our last piece, “The Full-Meal Deal of Diversification,” we described how effective diversification means more than just holding a large number of accounts or securities. It also calls for efficient, low-cost exposure to a […]

Rogers Wealth Group Evidence-Based Investment Insights: The Full-Meal Deal of Diversification

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: The Full-Meal Deal of Diversification In our last piece, “Financial Gurus and Other Unicorns,” we concluded our exploration of the formidable odds you face if you (or your hired help) try to outsmart the market’s lightning-fast price-setting efficiencies. Today, we […]

Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Financial Gurus and Other Unicorns

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Financial Gurus and Other Unicorns In our last piece, “Ignoring the Siren Song of Daily Market Pricing,” we explored how price-setting occurs in capital markets, and why investors should avoid reacting to breaking news. The cost and competition hurdles are […]

Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Ignoring the Siren Song of Daily Market Pricing

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Ignoring the Siren Song of Daily Market Pricing. In our last piece, “You, the Market and the Prices You Pay,” we explored how group intelligence governs relatively efficient markets (as well as jelly bean jars) in an imperfect world. Today, […]

Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: You, the Market and the Prices You Pay

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: You, the Market and the Prices You Pay. When it comes to investing (or anything in life worth doing well) it helps to know what you’re facing. In this case, that’s “the market.” How do you achieve every investor’s dream […]

Introducing: Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights

Welcome to Rogers Wealth Group’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights. Are you ready to become a better investor – to enhance your understanding of the most important principles that drive the creation of wealth – without it hurting a bit? That’s what Evidence-Based Investment Insights is all about. Each insight will take only a minute or two […]

Cost Control: An Investor’s Greatest Investment

In the mid-1800s, in a collection of essays entitled “Conduct of Life,” Ralph Waldo Emerson observed, “Money often costs too much.” More than 150 years later, his words remain well worth heeding, as we focus on one of the most effective ways to enhance your wealth: aggressively eliminating unnecessary investment costs. Identifying Expenses: Hidden and […]