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Debate over innovation is constructive, but the basic tenets of being a smart investor haven’t changed.
In a new book, “The Investor’s Paradox,” Brian Portnoy explores the downside of the vast number of choices investors face.
Europe is “turning Japanese, they really think so.”
The author and Princeton professor favors plain-vanilla, index-based investments and says specialized, high-cost products are bad for the ETF industry.