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5 Ways to Invest Smarter at Any Age
Media Mentions | February 20, 2015 | Money
Research by Professor Michaela Pagel finds that paying less attention to retirement portfolios may actually pay off in larger returns in the future.
A Muddle of Mixed Messages from the Fed
Media Mentions | February 18, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal
Professor Charles Calomiris suggests how the Federal Reserve should communicate its outlook and intentions.
This Simple Rebalancing Strategy Will Bring Harmony to Your Portfolio
Media Mentions | February 12, 2015 | U.S. News & World Report
Professor Michaela Pagel says keeping your focus on your portfolio strategy, not the markets, will help you keep your equilibrium and attain better outcomes in the long-run.
Warren Buffett: Know When to Hold 'Em
Media Mentions | February 01, 2015 | Financial Times
Professor Bruce Greenwald says Warren Buffett is trusted as an expert in every industry and shareholders are not going to trust any other single person in his role.
Seniors Still Capable of Sound Financial Decisions
Media Mentions | January 16, 2015 | Plan Adviser
Research by Professors Eric Johnson and Elke Weber shows cognitive aging does not spell doom for financial decision-making.
Stop Checking Your Retirement Portfolio so Often: Columbia Study
Media Mentions | January 15, 2015 | Think Advisor
Research by Professor Michaela Pagel finds that investment portfolio growth can actually suffer from too much attention to daily fluctuations in the market.
Four Reasons Why 'High Roller Tax' on Stock Trading Hurts the Economy
Media Mentions | January 15, 2015 | Forbes
The article cites Professor Charles Jones’s research on the benefits of modern financial markets.
Two Schools of Thought, Adding Up to Success
Media Mentions | January 11, 2015 | The New York Times
The article mentions Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing and Warren Buffett’s professor at Columbia Business School.
Research Supports Use of Auto Investing Solutions
Media Mentions | January 08, 2015 | Plan Adviser
Professor Michaela Pagel’s research finds investors fare better on their retirement savings when they check their portfolios less often.
Overwhelmed with Your Retirement Portfolio? Paying Less Attention Now May Pay off in Larger Returns in the Future
Press Release | January 07, 2015
New Research from Columbia Business School Shows that It May Benefit You to Check Your Retirement Portfolio Less Often
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