Your Brain May Not Let You Be a Smart Investor – On Retirement (usnews.com)
There is an overwhelming amount of research supporting the view that intelligent investing involves capturing the returns of the global market place using low management fee stock and bond index funds in an appropriate asset allocation. This research is exhaustively set forth in my books and those by many others including Burton Malkiel, John Bogle, Jason Zweig, Larry Swedroe, Mark Hebner, Jonathan Clements, and William Bernstein. This investment strategy is endorsed by Nobel Laureates in economics, including Paul Samuelson, William Sharpe, Daniel Kahneman, and Merton Miller.
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