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Nasdaq's fall shows that the indices aren't the best benchmarks for your fund's performance.
That one-day return is a key indicator and much easier to absorb than beta or standard deviation.
Also, don't get carried away with rebalancing.
Or is it just a popularity contest between JJC and the Chartman? Either way, you decide.
Should you sell that loser or wait for it to turn around? Here's some help in making that choice.
There are several ways to measure risk and volatility, but they all have their drawbacks.
Before taking the plunge, understand your own goals and check out the fund.
Read your prospectus? Avoid rookie managers? That was then. This is now.
This week, the phone banks were flashing, and 15 satisfied callers got to talk to the trader.
Its top-performing manager disdains Wall Street analysts and weak-kneed investors.