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The 3 Classes of Investors; Only 1 can Afford to Avoid the Game

The head of behavioral science at Morningstar, Dr. Stephen Wendel, describes investors in simple terms: There are those wealthy enough to meet all their financial goals with cash and then there’s everybody else. Members of the first class need not bother themselves with market volatility; the other two classifications of investors face an unavoidable trade-off, Wendel explains. Type #2 stay in the market, running the risk of failing to generate sufficient returns to meet their financial goals. Type #3 derail [...]

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What Do Active Managers Do (That Index Funds Don’t)?

There are many people espousing the use of index funds, ETFs or other passive products, instead of using a firm like ours that provides active management of individual stocks (or like our sister company, Salzinger Sheaff Brock, that uses active management with a portfolio of ETFs and mutual funds), Sheaff Brock Managing Director Dave Gilreath reflected in an interview with our SheaffBriefs editor … It’s an old, old debate about which way to manage investments is better—you know, the active [...]