Dan Crimmins, Independent Financial Advisor for Crimmins Wealth Management, sits down with Asset TV to talk about assuaging his clients’ fears from a behavioral standpoint, and how a patient approach can help guide even the most reactionary client through economic rough patches. The 6 minute … [Read more...] about Slow and Steady Wins the Race
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Who do you listen to when you are trying to determine what you should do with your money? It is a powerful question and the answer to the question will likely determine how well you will do financially. Do you listen to the talking heads on television such as Jim Cramer? Do you watch one of the … [Read more...] about To Whom do you Listen to for Advice?
Curious about how markets work? This video from our partner - Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA) explains how security prices are set and how they change based on the collective knowledge of buyers and sellers. Armed with this information, investors will better understand how and why markets … [Read more...] about Curious about how markets work?
The following video is by Sensible Investing.TV based in the United Kingdom. The video addresses two key lessons learned from academic investing research according to Professor Jens Hagendorff from the University of Edinburgh. The first lesson is that it pays to have a diversified portfolio, not … [Read more...] about Two Investing Lessons from the U.K.
Our central philosophy on investing is that the most important determinant of one's lifetime investment returns is one's own behavior. However, when most people hear that I am a retirement income planner or financial planner, they begin to discuss how the current markets are doing or ask my … [Read more...] about Using the Treadmill to Financial Success
This is a video post created by our partner Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA). As a NJ DFA advisor, we are strong believers in the DFA investment philosophy and wrote about the reasons in this post: [ilink url="http://www.rootsofwealth.com/why-do-we-use-dfa"]Why Do We Use DFA?[/ilink] In … [Read more...] about How Are Stock Prices Determined?