Tag Archives: Stock Pricing

Patience Pays Off

Investors would do well to expect the unexpected every year

Weston Wellington, the Vice President of Dimensional Fund Advisors in the US provides timely commentary and insight in response to prominent financial media headlines and topics concerning investors today. In this article he warns that Investors would do well to expect the unexpected every year.

If stock picking didn’t work in 2008, when will it work?

It seems plausible that last year’s financial meltdown was so extensive and so well-advertised that investment experts (in particular, stockbrokers and discretionary managers) would have found it relatively easy to outperform the broad market by selecting the right stocks or sectors. But a review of several widely read sources of advice suggests that, in at […]