One thing I’ve observed over the 9 years I’ve spent writing this blog is that it’s super rare for financial advisors to really embrace simple, passive investing. Overwhelmingly they prefer to try to find some sort of “edge” over a boring total market portfolio. This week Jim Dahle takes a look at why advisors are (in most cases) so reluctant to accept market returns.
- Investing Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated from Jim Dahle
- My Biggest Investing Mistakes from Darrow Kirkpatrick
- Why ETFs Won’t Replace Mutual Funds from Allan Roth
- Psychology of Retirement Income Satisfaction from The American College of Financial Services
- Retirement’s Routes to Failure from Larry Swedroe
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- Get Dental Work Before You Retire from Kim Blanton
- Lessons After a Burglary: Physical Security from Harry Sit
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