Low expected returns are going to anchor bad news for all of us for the rest of our working lifetimes, warned AQR principal and researcher Antti Ilmanen at the 2016 CFA Institutes European Investment Conference. This according to an article earlier this month in Enterprising Investor. “I’ve got bad news as a starter,” Ilmanen told the conference audience. He suggested that for a balanced portfolio, the real return would be closer to 1% annually than… Read More
Warren Buffett has been making the rounds since the release of his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, and in a recent interview with CNBC he offered three tips for successful investing.
Investing in “high-quality” stocks sounds like a no-brainer. But in a very interesting piece on ETF.com, Vitali Kalesnik and Engin Kose of Research Affiliates show that quality metrics alone don’t provide the boost to returns you might expect. (H/T Stingy Investor)
In his latest for Forbes.com, Validea CEO John Reese turns to an unlikely source of investment wisdom: Former Major League outfielder and World Series hero Joe Carter.