Our distinguished economics panel debates the value of current risk models.
Contributions have the greatest effect on investors achieving their goals.
Instead of timing the ups and downs, investors should hold stocks for the long run and look to short-duration bonds as portfolio diversifiers, says Zebra Capital Management's Roger Ibbotson .
What behavioral finance teaches about investments, and investors.
Equity investors looking for higher returns should consider low-volatility, less liquid stocks, which outperform their higher-risk peers over the long term, says Zebra Capital chairman Roger Ibbotson .
Fixed-income investments are still necessary, but with tight credit spreads right now, obtaining extra yield carries heavy risks, says Zebra Capital chairman Roger Ibbotson .
New research shows that holding unpopular stocks and avoiding hot ones can lead to outperformance over time, says Zebra Capital Management's Roger Ibbotson .
Finance experts don't necessarily invest as they advise.
But old-fashioned differentiation in service and pricing will drive the market.
The curious tale of less-liquid stocks.