Using an illustrated timeline, David Booth of DFA chronicles US stock market performance in four periods since World War II. His review suggests prevailing market sentiment is often wrong and that investors must stay disciplined through all market environments to pursue their long-term goals. Click through to see the short video. What do you think?
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The investment community lost a valuable source for sound information when Gordon Murray died last Saturday. His last wish was to clear his name after many years of active trading having realized its futility. This revelation led to a belief in passive management, low cost and diversification – all fundamental parts of Hutchison Whitehead’s investment […]