Practice investing like you practice medicine: Evidence-Based.

Monitoring Financial Health: Equity Rate

What is Equity Rate? Equity Rate is an important financial metric.  It's the percentage of your investment portfolio that's in stocks. "Equity" is another word for "stock." Equity (Stock) Investments / Total Investments = Equity Rate Example: Assume you have $2...

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Factors Can Increase Expected Return

In our previous article and video, What is Evidence-Based Investing?, we summarized three principles of Evidence-Based Investing. Those principles include: Passive > Active Global diversification Factors can increase expected return This article goes into more...

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Global Diversification

One principle of Evidence-Based Investing is Global Diversification. Diversification means you don't have all your eggs in one basket. This means owning thousands of stocks (likely in the form of mutual funds or ETFs), as opposed to owning a handful of individual...

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Active vs Passive Investing

There are two main ways that fund companies approach investing: active and passive. Active managers hire an expensive research team to pick if Coke or Pepsi will do better. In this way, they hope to "beat the market." Passive managers just buy Coke and Pepsi. Lower...

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