5 Value Strategies For Asset Allocation

The average investor makes decisions that cause them to underperform average investment returns. The difference between average investment returns and average investor returns is often called the behavior gap.
The following value strategies will provide a framework for making your asset allocation investment decisions and avoiding many of the mistakes that create the behavior gap.

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Tactical Asset Allocation

Tactical asset allocation investing is an active strategy which allows portfolio managers to change their target asset allocation according to the valuation of assets. It involves a continual management of risk through frequent portfolio rebalancing to a flexible asset allocation target.

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Shiller PE 10: An Important Stock Market Valuation Tool

Professor Robert Shiller of Yale University developed the Shiller PE 10 to more accurately reflect long term trends and smooth volatile components of the standard P/E ratio. PE 10 is also called the cyclically-adjusted price-to-earnings (CAPE) ratio. Shiller was able to show that the P/E 10 at any given time was correlated to what market returns would be over the next 20 years.

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