The Stingy News Weekly (01/24/2016)
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"To generate an adequate income, many investors turn to dividend stocks. While they may be riskier than bonds, dividends tend to grow over time. Even better, diversified portfolios of high-yield stocks have a history of outperforming the market over the long term in both the U.S. and Canada."
Why does pessimism sound smart?
"I have observed that not the man who hopes when others despair, but the man who despairs when others hope, is admired by a large class of persons as a sage." [Behaviour]
The experiment experiment
"He thinks there's something wrong with the way we're doing science. And he launched a massive project to try to fix it." [Science]
Financial common sense
"If you spend all your time thinking about money, chances are, you're going to get pretty good at thinking about money. Indeed, new research suggests that the poor -- for whom concerns about cash are inescapable -- are not as prone to certain financial mistakes often made by the affluent." [Thrift]
"Are you better off with a robot? Dorfman Value Investment's John Dorfman discusses why his robot list performs so well" [video] [Value Investing]
The robot portfolio
"The Robot boasts a compound average annual return of 15.58 percent, compared to 4.17 percent for the S&P 500. Figures include reinvested dividends. The cumulative return for the Robot stocks has been 1,119 percent, versus 123 percent for the index." [Value Investing]
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